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Qu' 4 4 'hiv f , Q Q, A COLONEL S11pc1'i11te1m'rl1l TO THE CLASS OF 1954 One important phase of life is ending for the members of the Class of l954. This phase never can be lived again except in memory. lts successes and failures, its triumphs and tragedies, its pleasant and unpleasant moments are matters of history. For each cadet, MPMA has provided a never-ending series of opportunities for growth. The academic studies have given glimpses of our American heritage and foundations upon which to build a happy and prosperous future. The many activities have afforded situations for the development of leadership. The social affairs have presented occasions for the practice of wholesome relationships between fellow cadets, faculty, parents and friends, Lucky is the young man who has clearly sensed and has properly employed the many opportunities to advantage. l-le should feel confi- dent of success in the years ahead. One man gets nothing but discord out of a piano, another gets harmony. No one claims the piano is at fault. Life is about the same. The discord is there and the harmony is there. May each cadet study to play the game of life correctly and to strive for the beauty that always is available. May he realize that the philosophy of "DUTY, HONOR, COUNTRY, MPMAH will stand him in good stead long after his active associations with this institution have ceased. C. L. IORDAN, Colonel, USMCR Snfu'l'i11Iem1c11t CLARENCE L. IORDAN, MA ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF MAIOR IOHN S. CHESIZBRO P1'0fr,c,v01' of Military Sciczzcz' and Tactics MAIOR GEORGE A. MAHON, M.A. MAJOR ARTHUR CSUMBRELL, M.A Principal C 0111 111 and 11111 III.fII'lIL'f0I' in Phyxfcx Irzxtrnctor in Englixh '-1--Q. NIAIOR BERT E. GROVE, M..-X Dezzzz of Cdtfff I11.v11'1rf1o1' in Iiiologgy CAPTAIN LIQLAND A. DICKINSON, ILA. .'l.v,-xixrulll I0 ffm CKIHIIHIIIIIILIIII ll1,X'fVUC'fUl' I-11 C,IUlIIII1!11'l'f LIEUTENANT LG. RICHARD A. ANDERSON, B.A. Dirrdw' of A'l11.ffL' LIEUTENANT IOIYIN L. BAER, BA. If1,vff',':ft01' in Muffzcnzfzlfm' nuff Ph-vxic: MAJOR I'I-IEODORE F. FIil'II.,vXNIJT, M.A. II1.YN'I!L'f0I' in Latin mul Frfzzch MR. QXRTHUR C. GLESIENER Com ll7ll'ONl'I' OFFICE PERSONNEL MRS. CALLAHAN and MRS. BARDACH MISS HOOGER S11prr'1'l1Iw1zIcz11's Offifv SAM TERRANO Bfu'ffc'l' Shop I W Q Not Pictured: LIEUTENANT THOMAS GUMISRELL, BS. IJiredur of P11!1lir'1'1y LIEUTENANT ERIC D. TURNER, M.A. I11s11'11fto1' in English, Speech CAPTAIN GILBERT NVALLACE, AB. Il11'fl'll6fO1' in Social Smdics LIEUTENANT IOHN W. WOODS, M.A. I11xf1'11cto1' in Englixh CAPTAIN IOSIVZPH S. ZIIEMBA, UA. I1z.vt1'11rlo1' ill Social 51111215 Di1'1'cl01' of Athlrlfcx LIEUTENANT HENRY S. TROPP, M.A. l11.vt1'11Cl01' 1.12 Mfch11111c'11l D1'11:1'1'11g ll15fl'IlL'l0I' in Englixh 111111 Io111'11111z',m1 ffffff AV17fh'f'mf'f'f5 LIEUTENANT I. KNONVLIZS ROBBINS, M.A. IIIXZFIICIOI' in Spfzflixh LIIZUTENANT GEORGE WEBER, B.S. lII.1'II'I!L'fOl' IIII Plzysiml Ef1z1c111.'o11 YMSHQ vw, .g Jn- 'X i X-QW 1.1 . Wg viz? MR. CARL KREUTZER S1zjrc'rl'is0r of Blllvfllllrllgi 111111 G1'a11111!,.- CAPTAIN GENE MARSHALL, l3.Ed. Il1,ffI'llL'f0I' in Clzczrzixfry CAPTAIN GENE RODIE, BS. Inffzvzrtar in Jlvchulzimf Dmufizzg and Ilzzfzz.-'friul Arts MISS EILEEN SMOKE, M.A., M.S. Rcmcfzfiul Ncmlifzg , .1 1 A 'z W .ff nf. awiiq. 9: 93- '..ivhAvlMAfk,3wid'Hf.A-.1 v,,,,.p-M-':"' 'UN-x Ln' CAPTAIN FRANCIS S. GRAY, LLB. II1.ffl'IlCf0l' in Mzrihenzfziirs LIEUTENANT XVARREN L. HUDSON, M.A. I7lSfl'llffOl' in English MRS. FLORENCE U. IORIJAN, BA. I7I,flI'IlL'10l' in Art CAPTAIN STEPHEN KLING Dfrcclm' of ,-lflnzixduflx 'wg M555 DWYCY, 051,60 M1f11H,Q'f1' Mrs. Gunn, LIYll'lN'l'6IlZ Mrs. Hclmrcich, Stl!!-f6'hf70zIl'Ii 1 Mrs. Hmmm, IJ!-llfllg' Rwmz Jluzlllgzfl' Miss Andrews, Illfiflilxlf'-V Iulm Hnlpcr and Al Iasinski, Uzzifornz Shop 19 ,ww F f X8 5 x ng, Je Q .5 mmkd '. fx W, . A X .f , -.Q - X ,, A 2 w sfviiw fff ' uw 5 Senior Claxx Ogircrs, L. fo R.: Goss, Dina, Kocalis, Bncino, Voss, Capt. Ziemba. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS I'rc51'1fez1f ,Y,Y,Y,,Y,, .YYY,,., J CHN BACINO l"1'cr-Pl'exiz1tl1I .,,... .Y,.,,... P ETER VOSS S!'CI'C'fLIVy ,.,Y,YY, ,Y.,YYYYYYYYYYYYY.,V I AMES GOSS Trmszrrcz' .... ....... . AXNTHONY KOCALI S SKQI.-III-i1I'I7IX .......,.......,..,,...,, RICHARD DINA Family Advisor CAPTAIN IOSEPH ZIEMBA The Senior Class assumed the traditional role of campus leader in all activities. The top scholars were lack Larson, Iarnes Goss, George Mahon, Iohn Fitzgerald and Ed Walline. Peter Voss, Richard Dina, Al Gilbert, and Ron Kammerer captained the various athletic teams. lack Dahl and Bill Preuss were members ot the excellent Rifle Team. Roger Peterson served as Battalion Commander for the tirst semester. lames Goss took over the duties tor the second semester. The Senior Class presented an original play directed by Major A. I. Gumbrell in May, and concluded the year with the ever popular Senior Prom. N"""-n.- ,. DeWAYNE HENRY ANDERSON C Company Captain Born Ianuary 26, 1937. Entered MPMA from Sutherland Grammar School February 1951. Emblem Club 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Club l, 2. Span- ish Club 2. Class Play 3. Frosh-Soph Foot- ball 2. Varsity Football 3. Frosh-Soph Bas- ketball 2. Frosh-Soph Track 1, 2. Varsity Track 3. Company Basketball 4. IOHN PHILLIP BACINO C Company Lieutenant Born luly 7, 1936. Entered MPMA from Wash- ington Grammar School, Hammond, Ind., September, 1950. Class President 4, Secre- tary 2. Fusileers 1. Grenadiers 2, 3, 4. Guar- dians 2, 3, 4. Emblem Club 4. Frosh-Soph Club l, 2, 3. Class Play 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Wrestling 1, 2. Varsity Wrestling 3, 4. Frosh- Soph Baseball l, 2. Varsity Baseball 3, 4. Vice-President of Guardians 4. Commander of Grenadiers 4. LARNED VESELY BEARCE A Company Sergeant Born December 28, 1936. Entered MPMA from Miami Senior High School, Miami, Florida, April, 1952. Grenadiers 4. Class Play 4, Varsity Wrestling 4. Varsity Track 3. LARRY EDWARD BENSON Headquarters Company Sergeant Born February 3, 1936. Entered MPMA from Washington lunior High, Pontiac, Michigan, September, 1950, Rifle Club 1. Fusileers 1. Grenadiers 2, 3, 4. Academy News 3, 4. Cavalry l. Class Play 3, 4. Golf 1, 2, 3, 4. Touch Football 1, 2, 3, 4. Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4. Company Softball 2, Company Basketball 2. Swimming 2. MATTHEW BERTASH A Company Sergeant Born lanuary 7, 1937. Entered MPMA from Sutherland Grammar School, September, l95O. Academy News l, 2. Skirmisher 4. Emblem Club 4. Frosh-Soph Club 2, 3. Frosh- Soph Basketball l, 2. Varsity Basketball 3. Frosh-Soph Baseball l, 2. Varsity Tennis 3, 4. Touch Football l, 2, 3, 4. Company Softball 3. Company Basketball 4. Scholar- ship Medal. FRANK ROBERT CARAVETTE B Company Captain Born March 24, l936. Entered MPMA from MPMA Lower Schocil, Iune, l95U. Class Pres- ident l, 3. Class Secretary 2. Fusileers l. Grenacliers 2, 3, 4. Academy News 2. Skir- misher 4. Emblem Club 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Club l, 2. Frosh-Soph Football 2. Frosh- Soph Basketball l, 2. Varsity Basketball 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Track l. Varsity Tennis 2, 3, 4. Company Softball l, 2, 3, 4. Vice-President Frosh-Soph Club 2. Emblem Club Business Manager 4. Secretary of Grenadiers 4. PETER DUDLEY COOPER C Company SXSergeant Born August 4, 1936. Entered MPMA from Stephen I. Hay Grammar School, Dallas, Texas, September, l95O. Rifle Club l. Fusi- leers l. Grenadiers 4. Spanish Club 3. Frosh- Soph Football 2. Frosh-Soph Track l. Var- city Track 3. Varsity Tennis 3. Frosh-Soph Tennis 2. Bowling 2, 3. HARRY IOHN DARABARIS Headquarters Company Znd Lieutenant Born February lU, l937. Entered MPMA from St. Solomea Grammar School, September, 1950. Frosh-Soph Club 2, 3, 4. Class Play 3. Frosh-Soph Baseball 2. Varsity Baseball 3, 4. 24 IOSEPH MICHAEL BINGEN D Company Sergeant Born May 13, 1936. Entered MPMA from Leo Hiah School, February 1953. Spanish Club 3. JVarsity Football 4. Company Softball 3 S E N I O R S Company Basketball 4. DAVID WILLIAM COCHRANE D Company Lieutenant Born May 10, 1935. Entered MPMA from Wadsworth Grammar School, September, 1950. Color Guard 3. Fusileers l. Grena- diers 2, 3, 4. Cavalry l, 2. Spanish Club 3. Class Play 3, 4. IACK IVER DAHL Headquarters Company lst Lieutenant Born August 3, 1937. Entered MPMA from Bennett Grammar School, Ianuary, 1951. Rifle Team 1, 2, 3, 4. Rifle Club l, 2, 3, 4. Spanish Club 3. Class Play 3, 4. Cheerlead- er 2. Fathers' Club Book Award 3. Rifle Team 3rd High 3. Rifle Club Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4. RICHARD ANDREW DINA D Company lst Lieutenant Born December 1, 1936. Entered MPMA from St. Anthony Grammar School, September, 1950. Class Sgt.-at-Arms 4. Fusileers 1. Academy News l. Emblem Club 2, 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Club 2. Class Play 3, 4. Frosh- Soph Football 1, 2. Varsity Football 3, 4. Varsity Wrestling 2, 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Wres- tling 1. Frosh-Soph Baseball 2. Varsity Base- ball 3, 4. Company Softball l. Company Basketball 1. Captain of Varsity Wrestling Team 4. Captain of Varsity Baseball Team 4. Sgt.-at-Arms, Emblem Club 4. 954 IOHN CHARLES DRENNAN D Company Squad Sergeant Born November 4, 1936. Entered MPMA from Harvard School tor Boys, September, 1951. Bowling 2, 3, 4. Company Soltball 3, 4. Company Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. STANLEY BENSON EIGELBERNER C Company Tech. Sergeant Entered MPMA from Ianesville lunior High School, Ianesville, Wisconsin, September, 1950. Fusileers l. Emblem Club 4. Frosh- Soph Club 2, 3. Frosh-Soph Football 1, Z. Varsity Football 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Basketball 1, 2. Varsity Wrestling 3. Fresh-Soph Track l, 2. Varsity Track 3, 4. Company Basket- ball 4. IOHN TOUHY FITZGERALD A Company lst Lieutenant Born August G, 1935. Entered MFMA from St. Barnabas Grammar School, September, 1950. Class Secretary 3. Fusileers 1. Grenadiers 2, 3, 4. Honor Society 3, 4. Guardians l, 2, 3. Academy News 1, Z, 3, Latin Club 3. Class Play 3, 4. Varsity Basketball 3, 4, Frosh- Soph Baseball 1, Varsity Tennis 2, 3, 4. Touch Football 2, 3. Company Basketball 2. Upper lllcl, medal l, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT KIENARDT FREED B Company Sergeant Born May 6, 1936. Entered MPMA from St. Cajetan Grammar School, September, 1950. Rifle Team l. Rifle Club l. Fusileers l. Em- blem Club 2, 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Club 1, Z. Frosh-Soph Football 1, 2. Varsity Football l, 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Basketball l. Frosh-Soph Wrestling l. Frosh-Soph Track l. Varsity Track Z, 3, 4. Touch Football l, 2. Cheer- leader l. Bowling 4. Company Softball l, Z. Company Basketball 1, 2. 26 W-,.,...a-0" my K ROBERT ALLAN DUDLEY B Company Corporal Born October 4 1935 Entered MPMA from Blue Island High School, Blue Island, Illinois, S E N I O R S September, 1953. Tennis 4. ROGER WILLIAM ELLIOTT D Company Sergeant Born March 25, 1936. Entered MPMA from Fort Dearborn Grammar School, February, 1950. Frosh-Soph Club 1, 2. Class Play 4. Frosh-Soph Football 1, 2. Frosh-Soph Base- ball 1. ROBERT SAMUEL FOERSTER D Company Squad Sergeant Born November 21, 1936. Entered MPMA from Central High School, Paterson, New lersey, September, 1951. Rifle Team 4. Rifle Club 2, 3, 4. Academy News 2, Skirrnisher 2. Class Play 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Track 2. Touch Football 3, 4. Bowling 2, 3, 4. Rifle Medals, Pro-rnarksman, Marksman, Marks- man first class, Sharpshooter. I AMES BURNS GABLE Sergeant Born October 6, 1935. Entered MPM!-1. from Shortridge High School, Indianapolis, Indi- ana, Ianuary, 1953. Bowling 3, 4. Company Softball 3. NORMAN EMILE GAGNON B Company ' 2nd Lieutenant Born September 2, 1936. Entered MPMA from Lakeview High School, lanuary, 1951, Gren- adiers 3, 4. Guardians 4. Academy News 4. Frosh-Soph Club 2, 3, 4. French Club 4. Class Play 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Wrestling 2. Frosh-Soph Track Z. Varsity Tennis 4. Touch Football 2, 3, 4. Bowling 4. Company Sait- ball 3. 4. ALFRED HUNTER GILBERT ."iii'Q C Company 'h-'P 2nd Lieutenant Born luly 17, 1936. Entered MPMA irom Glenbard 1-ligh School, Glen Ellyn, Septem- ber, 1951. Class Treasurer 3. Color Guard 3. Grenadiers 2, 3. Guardians 4, Academy News 4. Skirmisher 4. Emblem Club 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Club 1, 2. Class Play 3, 4. Frosh- Soph Football 2. Varsity Football 3, 4, Frosh- Soph Basketball 2. Varsity Basketball 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Wrestling 2. Varsity Tennis 4. Varsity Basketball Captain 4. Most Valuable Frosh-Soph Basketball Team 2. Vice-Presi- dent Emblem Club 4. ROBERT EARL HARTMAN A Company Tech. Sergeant Born March 26, 1937. Entered MPMA from St. Rita Grammar School, September, 1950. Fusi- leers 1, Academy News 3. Emblem Club 4. Frosh-Soph Club 2, 3. Spanish Club 1, 3, 4. Class Play 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Football 1, 2. Varsity Football 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Track 1, 2. Varsity Track 3, 4. Company Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. Captain of lunior Varsity Football Team. GONZALO ANTHONY TAFFE D COMPANY lst Sergeant Born May 8, 1936. Entered MPMA from Ken- wood Grammar School, September, 1950. Fusileers 1. Grenadiers 4. Emblem Club 2, 3, 4. Frash-Soph Club 1, 2, Spanish Club 3. Class Play 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Football 2. Varsity Football 4. Frosh-Soph Basketball 1. Varsity Wrestling 2, 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Base- ball l, 2. Baseball tVarsityD 3, 4. Touch Football 1. Company Softball 1. Company Basketball 1. 28 ew"-"QM 3 ag: 'fjj-s.. DONN V. GEAR D Company Tech. Sergeant Born February 7, l936. Entered MPMA from MPMA Lower School, September, 1950. Fusi- leers l. Frosh-Soph Club l, 2, 3. Class Play 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Football 2. Varsity Football 4. Frosh-Soph Basketball 2. Frosh-Soph Baseball 2. Varsity Track 3, 4. Touch Foot- ball l, 3. Bowling l, 3, 4. Company Baseball l, 3, 4. Company Basketball l, 3, 4. Varsity Basketball Manager 2. IAMES THOMAS GOSS Headquarters Company Major Born February 23, l937. Entered MPMA from Clara Barton Grammar School, September, l95U. Class Secretary 4. Honor Society 3, 4. Guardians 4. Academy News l, 2, 3, 4. Skir- misher l, Z, 3, 4. Class Play 3, 4. Boy's State 3. Frosh-Soph Baseball l, 2, Varsity Base- ball 3, 4. Touch Football l, 3, 4. Company Basketball 4. Editor-in-Chief Academy News 4. Associate Editor of Skirmisher 4. High Scholar 1, 2, 3. Upper 1042, ot Class l, 2, 3, 4, Outstanding Military Cadet l. Out- standing Military Theory 3. President oi Honor Society 4. Secretary of Guardians 4. PIERRE IASON HOOVER Sergeant Born September l5, 1936. Entered MPMA from Ioliet Township High School, Ioliet, llli- nois, Ianuary, 1953. Latin Club 4. Varsity Basketball 3. Bowling 3, 4. RONALD BLAZE KAMMERER A Company Tech. Sergeant Born March l3, l937. Entered MPMA irom Bennett Grammar School, September, l95O. Color Guard 3. Fusileers l. Academy News 2, 3, 4. Skirmisher 2, 3, 4. Emblem Club 2, 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Club l, 2. Chess Club 3. Frosh-Soph Football l, 2. Varsity Wrestling 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Wrestling l, 2. Frosh-Soph Track l. Varsity Track 2, 3, 4. Touch Foot- ball 3, 4. Company Sottball 3. Captain ot Varsity Track Team 4. Most Valuable, Track Team 3. Skirmisher Medal 3. Academy News Medal 3. SENIDRS 1954 STEVE NICK KIOUTAS D Company Sergeant, lst Class Born August 15, 1936. Entered MPMA from Amundseri High School, Chicago, Septem- ber, 1951. Grenadiers 3, 4. Academy News 4. Class Play 4. Varsity Wrestling 3. Touch Football 3, 4. Bowling 3, 4. Company Soft- ball 3. ROBERT CHARLES KOLALIS B Company Tech. Sergeant Born August 7, 1936. Entered MPMA from lmmaculate Conception Grammar School. September, 1950. Rifle Club 1. Fusileers 1. Grenadiers 4. Academy News 1. Class Play 4. Frosh-Soph Football l. Touch Football 1, 4. Bowling l, 4. Company Softball 1, 4, Company Basketball 4. HERBERT O. KRUEGER A Company Sergeant Born December 14, 1936. Entered MPMA from Roosevelt Grammar School, River Forest, llli- nois, September, 1950. Fusileers 1. Cavalry l. Golf 3. Touch Football 1, 2, 3. Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4. Company Softball 1, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT HEINZ LORENZEN A Company lst Sergeant Born November 13, 1936. Entered MPMA from Bennett Grammar School, September, 1950. Rifle Club 1, 2. Fusileers 1. Frosh-Soph Club 2, 3, 4. Spanish Club 3. Class Play 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Baseball 1, 2. Varsity Baseball 3, 4. Golf 4. Touch Football 1, 2, 3, 4. Bowl- ing 1, 2, 3, 4. Company Rille Team l, Z, 3, 4. 30 .Tw AHQH YJ am.. 'fi -Wav. WILLIAM HENRY MCCLELLAN C Company Sergeant Born October 7, 1935. Entered MPMA from MPMA Lower School, September, 1950. Fusi- leers 1. Cavalry 1. Spanish Club 3. Class Play 3, 4. Touch Football 3, 4. Company Softball 3. Rifle Competition Medal 3. EDWARD NICHOLAS NAUDIN Headquarters Company Sergeant Born May 13, 1936. Entered MPMA from Aus- tin High School, El Paso, Texas, September, 1952. Academy News 3, 4. Emblem Club 4. Cavalry 3. Spanish Club 3, 4. Class Play 4. Varsity Baseball 3, 4. Golf 3, 4. Touch Foot- ball 3, 4. Bowling 3, 4. Company Basketball 3, 4. Treasurer of Spanish Club 4. Exchange Editor Academy News 4. DONALD CHARLES NOVAK B Company lst Sergeant Born lanuary 25, 1937, Entered MPMA from Bennett Grammar School, September, 1950. Rifle Club 1. Fusileers 1. Class Play 3, 4. Frosh--Soph Football 2. Varsity Track 3. Frosh- Soph Tennis 2. Touch Football 1, 3. Bowl- ing 4, Company Softball 1, 2, 4. Company Basketball l, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM HAROLD PREUSS C Company Squad Sergeant Born December 21, 1935, Entered MPMA from Bennett Grammar School, lanuary, 1951, Rifle Team 1, 2, 3, 4. Rifle Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Color Guard 1. Grenadiers 2, 3. Class Play 4. Touch Football l, 2. Cheerleader 4. Bowl- ing 4. Fathers' Club Book Award. SENIORS 1954 RONALD EMIL RAHKE RO Sergeant Born April 6, 1935. Entered MPMA from Shortridge High School, lndianapolis, lndi- ana, September, 1952. Bowling 3, 4. . vw 7, N ALD IAMES RIGGS B Company lst Lieutenant Born October 20, l936. Entered MPMA from Bloom Township High School, Chicago Heights, Illinois, September, l952. Spanish Club 3. Varsity Football 3, 4. Varsity Bas- ketball 3, 4. Varsity Baseball 4. Spanish Club President 3. FRED A. SCHICK BC ompany Platoon Sergeant Born March 17, 1936. Entered MPMA from Fort Dearborn Grammar School, September, l95U. Rifle Club l. Fusileers l. Spanish Club 3. Class Play 4. Golf 3, 4. Touch Football l. Bowling l. DAVID EVEBETT SPEAKMAN Hea dquarters Company 2nd Lieutenant Born lune 4, l935. Entered MPMA from Parker High School, September, l95l. Rifle Club 2. Grenadiers 4. Spanish Club 3. Class Play 4. Touch Football 2. Bowling 2, 3. Company Softball 4. Company Basketball 2, 3. 34 W wwe E' ww tim ..l.....wQ" BRUCE LeROY RHOADS A Company MfSergeant Born Iune 9, l936. Entered MPMA from Fort Dearborn Grammar School, September, 1950. Rifle Club l, 2. Fusileers l. Spanish Club Z. Class Play 4. Golf 3, 4. Touch Football l, 4. Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4. Company Basketball l. R,G.T.C. Gold Wreath 1. CHARLES EDWARD ROBERTS C Company Sergeant, lst Class Born September ll, l935. Entered MPMA from Tirr High School, Kerrville, Texas, March, l95l. Spanish Club 3. Class Play 4. Touch Football 2, 3. Bowling 3. Company Softball 2, 3. Company Rifle Medal. KEITH EDWARD SHRUM Headquarters Company Tech. Sergeant Born November 29, l935. Entered MPMA from MPMA Lower School, September, l95U. Rifle Club l, 2. Fusileers l. Grenadiers 2, 3. 4. Spanish Club 3. Class Play 3, 4. Frosh- Soph Wrestling 2. Touch Football 2, 3. Bowl- ing 3. Company Basketball l, 2. Best Drilled Cadet 3. Best Drilled Squad 3. JAMES RUDOLPH STOKES C Company lst Sergeant Born April 13, 1936. Entered MPMA from St. Rita Grammar School, September, l95U. Class Sgt.-at-Arms l, 2, 3. Color Guard 3. Fusi- leers l. Grenadiers 2, Guardians 2, 3. Em- blem Club 4. Frosh-Soph Club l, 2. Spanish Club 3. Frosh-Soph Football l, 2. Varsity Football 3, 4. Varsity Wrestling 3. Frosh- Soph Wrestling l. Frosh-Soph Baseball l, 2. Varsity Track 3, 4. Touch Football 2. Com- pany Softball 2, 3. Tribune Medal 3. Semper Fidelis Medal 3. Sgt.-at-Arms Frosh-Soph Club l, 2. Dancing Class Z, 3, 4. SENIORS 1954 IAMLES RICHARD VALENTINE C Company Sergeant Born Iune 7, 1935. Entered MPMA from MPMA Lower School, September, 1950. Fusi- leers 1. Frosh-Soph Football 1, 2. Frosh-Soph Baseball 1, 2. Varsity Baseball 3, 4. Bowl- ing 2, 3, 4. Company Basketball 1. ROBERT I. VAN STONE A Company Sergeant Born lanuary 1, 1937. Entered MPMA from Clissold Grammar School, September, 1950. Emblem Club 3, 4, Frosh-Soph Club 2. Span- ish Club 3. Class Play 3, 4. Varsity Tennis 2, 3, 4. Touch Football 3, 4. Cheerleader 2. Bowling 1, 2, 3. Company Softball 2, 3, 4. Company Basketball 4. Rifle Team. EDWARD WILLIAM WALLINE Headquarters Company lst Lieutenant Born September 25, 1936. Entered MPMA from Clissold Grammar School, September, 1950. Fusileers 1. Honor Society 3, 4. Acad- emy News l, 2, 3, 4. Skirmisher 2, 4. Em- blem Club 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Club 2. Class Play 3. 4. Frosh-Soph Football 1. Varsity Tennis 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Tennis 2. Touch Football 1, 2. Bowling 2. Company Basket- ball l. Manager of Wrestling Team 1. Trib- une Medal 2. Sports Editor, Academy News 4. Sports Editor, Skirmisher 4. Business Man- ager of Emblem Club 4. Upper 102, of Class 1, 2, 3, 4. LEW ANTHONY QZIBAS Headquarters Company Sergeant Born October 13, 1936. Entered MPMA from Marquette Grammar School, September, 1950. Rifle Team l. Rifle Club 1. Spanish Club 3. Frosh-Soph Track Z. Varsity Track 4. 36 SHOWN'- www ELLIOTT EDWARD VALLAS A Company Znd Lieutenant Born October 15, 1936. Entered MPMA trom MPMA Lower School, September, 1950. Fusi- leers 1, 2. Grenadiers 2, 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Club 2, 3, 4. Spanish Club 2. Class Play 4. Frosh-Soph Football 2. Golf 1, 2, 3, 4. Touch Football 1, 2, 3, 4. Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4. Com- pany Softball 1, 2, 3, 4. Company Basketball 1, Z, 3, 4. Golf Team Captain 3. Secretary of Grenadiers. PETER WALTER VOSS A Company Captain Born luly 10, 1936. Entered MPMA from MP MA Lower School, September, 1950. Class President 2, 3. Class Vice-President 1, 4. Fusileers 1. Grenadiers 2, 3. Guardians 2, 3, 4. Emblem Club 2, 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Club 1, Z. Boys' State 3. Frosh-Soph Football 1. Varsity Football 2, 3, 4. Varsity Wrestling 2, 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Wrestling 1. Frosh-Soph Baseball 1, 2. Varsity Baseball 3, 4. Frosh- Soph Football Captain 1. Frosh-Soph Base- ball Captain 2. Most Valuable, Frosh-Soph Baseball 2. Varsity Football Captain 4. Most Valuable, Varsity Football Team 4. King of Football Dance 4. Best Drilled Cadet 1, Z. Fathers' Club Medal 2, 3. V.M.l. Honor Medal 3. Emblem Club President 4. Dancing Class 4. PHILLIP NICK ZAFEROPULOS Headquarters Company Lieutenant Born March 9, 1937. Entered MPMA from Shakespeare Grammar School, September, 1950. Academy News 1, 2, 3, 4. S1-:irmisher 1, 2, 3, 4. Emblem Club 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Club 2. French Club 4. Chess Club 4. Boys' State Bepresentative 3. Frosh-Soph Foot- ball l. Varsity Football Manager 3. Varsity Baseball Manager Z. Touch Football 2. Bowl- ing 2, 3, 4. Company Basketball 1. Academy News Medal 2, 3, 4. Skirmisher Medal 3, 4. Associate Editor, Academy News 4. Sports Editor, Academy News 3. Sports Editor, Skirmisher 3. Editor-in-Chief, Skirmisher 4. SENIORS 1954 IlIlIIl01' C lam' Officers: Mnnclli, Major Mahon, Mzirtincc, Lp-lon, Loomis, Schcuncmin 5 JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS I'rrxia'wzf ,.....,.,,,, ,,,, L ,,,,,,,,, 'l 'HOMAS LELON lf' zA1' e-Prc'xir1'rz11 ,,,,,,.,, LEONARD MARTINEC Sf'w'z'mry ,,,,,,... ,,,,,,,.,,... P HILIP MANFLLI T1'z'n.fz1l'm' ,,,,,,,., IOHN SCHEUNEMAN .Sgf.-at-firnzx ....,.,,Y,,,,,,.,..,,, RONALD LOOMIS Fizcziffy f1IIl'f,fO1' ,.., MAIOR GEORGE MAI-ION The lunior Class served notice during the year that it is well equipped to take over the burdening responsibilities ol the Senior Class. Robert Walline, Ed lohnson and lay Kennedy were the scholastic leaders ot the class. Ron Loomis, Chuck Fischer, Fred Pipin and Kent Noorlag played first string on the football team. George lfaure, George Beil, and Ron Loomis were starters on the basketball team. lay Kennedy, hob Metsker, Dennis Cassidy, and lohn Avardlwere mainstays oi the Rifle Team. i The Iunior Class presented "Born Lucky", a three act play, and the lunior-Senior Prom to round out their social activities. 9 if r r , 5 . ., , Q 'Wg Q I 2 1 - , f G 51 QQ 5' me if Q 57, ,F M 'lk 5' ii? X as Fa lu , 'S , umm. we ,., , L K 5 sw? .5 'ig iw , ,E A A ii :'g1g1Eg'-'-:, A if - ' 1 f5ej-l.ag-s2.5g:-:- k K s' 'Q' ., . gf N x "Y, ' '. .. 4- gf. .V V , , 2,2 Avnrcl, Iulin Iiaucr, Riclizml Bail, Gcorgc Bellqli, Donald Czissirly, Denis Clzlscn, Xvillvcrt Diznnuml, Dale liglioinn, Nick lfuiirc, George FL-lscn, Hcrburt lfisulicr, Cliurlcs Fishman, Tliomzis 1'rccmun, Rcmlucrt Frigo, Gene if Grunclstrom, Allen Hamilton, XVaircl Ilalnscn, Arthur "' Hansen, Milton Hcatli, Howziril Hermann, Frank Huclonos, Philip Hnllancl, Ned lohnson, Eclwzircl Iurka, Thomas Kusotakis, Thomas Kennedy, Iziy Klein, Mark Iirame, David Lung, Henry Lclon, Thomas ll' 4B in February, 1954 39 Loomis, Ronald ' Macllonalfl, Ronald Macliimm, Alcxanilci' Malysa, Philip Manelli, Philip Martincc, Leonaral Mathews, Williams Muiiuirc, Ronalil Mctskcr, Robert Moss, lamcs Ncmcth, lack Noorlag, Kent if Novak, Richarcl Pappas, George li Pipin, Freclurick Rz1bisl1aW,Iames . Rosi, Philip Schcuncman, Iohn Schwab, Mclvillc Scrcs, Larry Smith, Alden Stchlik, Charles Tarailash, Sherwin Viscount, Rohcrt XVallinc', Rohcrt Wimmcr, Leonard " Qlli in February, 195-l 40 i,.,i Sophomore Clair Ogicers: U. I0 1:2 Scruggs, Rusgis, Capt. Dickinson, Krivsky, Lewis, Bowden, Iim The Sophomore Class entered into campus activities on a full scale after their indoctrina- tion period as ireshmen. The class sponsored a house party in March and directed a successful carnival in May. The many Frosh-Soph athletic teams Were primarily manned by sophomores. Warren Rusgis, Gerald Krivsky, Harry Klein, and Ray Regan were exceptional enough to see much action on the varsity teams. Kenneth Stransky, Steve Grice, Harry Gear, Charles Scruggs and Iames Paloucek were leaders in the academic field. SOPHOMORE CLASS PI'l'5l'!1t'IIf .r.. .. .,....,. G. GERALD RRIVSKY If"1'cz'-Pzmzlzfezlf S ecrelrzry ,...,, Trez1.fm'rr ,,,.,, ,,,,,,..,.CHARLIiS SCRUGGS ,..,.,...KI2ITI-I LEWIS ,,.,.,...IAMES BOWDEN Sgl.-411-flrnzr ,..,.... VVARREN RUSGIS If 116111 I y flI1l'1'.VUl' CAPTAIN I.IiI.AND DICKINSON 41 y ir 'A' uk V lf5RilA-llhigk 63 - Til UI FEI l 'Ill Il I gi lllfpgillillll 'A' if if 42 Berman, Alain: Bingen, Ray: lllaekmore, Charles: Bowden, lames: Brown, Barry: Campe, loel: Canfield, Arthur: Cawnhon, lesse: Davis, Donald. r l l i IJeGeorge, Vincent: Dietz, luck: Eagan, Vernon: Ellilwtt, Clinton Farr, Kenneth: Ifishmun, Michael: Folx, William: Frank, lohn Frenvih, Robert. Gullziglier, liclwarclg Gardner, Norman: Gear, Irlurry:,Gizilaimos George: Ciolk, Gerald: Grice, Stephen: Harrison, William: Hurt Cliurles: Hendricks, Gorclon. Herrintt. xvllllllllll lzimes, Douglas: lerabek, Edwurzlzl Ioehnl-1 Ierry: Kzihoun, Ira: Kiefer, Robert: Klein, Hurry: 'Kriwky Geruldg Lzisson, lohn. Levine, lay: Lewis, Keith: Lipc, Peter: Mzircon, john: Martin Stzililuirlgezl' McArthur, lnmea: McGuire, Donald: Miluvetz Richarrig Pgiloucek, lzlmes. r Peterson, luck: Pinkonsly, Robert: Porter, Oliver: RCQ,'Llll,lR2l3" moml: Ruxgis, Warren: Samuelson, Vlfesterz Schlee, Tliomns N r Scruggs, Lhnrles: See, Glenn. i Smith, Robert: Steeki, linlwnrfl: Stephens, Wayne: Strzimky Kenneth: Swank, l1llTlC5Z 3 Vacel, Frank: VVzill, Ronald: VVel- liver, David: Zielinski, Ruymoncl. Nor Pf!'flll'l'lIf Cinotto, Gary: Gauger, Earl: Snyder, Richard Teigen, Roger. W it Sli in February 1954 v 5 R -i,' J fl, R315 Q Ve 5' J ,J Q ,E .. sf 1 5 " , fi M S "WHY Sy 5 J .Nm f 5' awk . A 1 'vas ik L My en : ',. v , f'r'x' 3 fy A ,. 21 K af' N, -Que :-f -:WV ,,-. H? ls 'mx A ig ' A QQ -"f gif' 'W 1:'i :,. ,, .i.- 2 45 - ,Z lvll , 3 3 , A WR' 2 in 79' S 1 X .Vg ,", fr gi l V ...I if .W IA' , f fi? x x ff 'BZ as SY' 5 'Q H M, N j 'Q 5,1 'Win Qf 15 ft" Fra.-'flnmfz Cliffs 0Hic'rl'x: fl. lo Inj Maulscn, Vitkus, Lt. Gumbrcll, Fisher R., Sclxui, Bowden Icrry. FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Pl'ES1'!1'l'lIf .,.,,,,,,,,, RONALD FISHER VicrfP1'r:in'c'1z1 ,.,. IERRY BOWDEN Sccremry .,,.... ..,, R ICHARD VITKUS Tl't'!I.fll!'fl' ,WA ...., .EDVVARD MADSEN Sgr.-ni-Army .,.,.. ANDRENV SELVA Ftlflllly fIl1l'fJOI' .-LT. THOMAS GUMBRELL The Freshman Class entered campus activi- ties With caution, but soon entered into the spirit oi MPMA with an eager participation in all activities. i Richard Vitkus, Tomlin Rosi, Stephen Avard, Frank lngrislfi, Conrad Roman, and Bruno Zubrick led the class in scholastic endeavor. The Freshman Class was Well represented in the athletic Rand military activities. ww, A K ,.:v in vi, gig' A , 654-k - . Q- 'Km A K gf Wg? fr 5 if f X " --.. WW F fi , ,sa 2 Qt NYS ' 'W ""'lbft Aitchison, Ronald Avnrd, Stephen llaflu, Tom liaxtis, Francis limes, Dt-nnis Bauer, Richard L Bt-Shir, Alton K llvst, Tony liowmnn, Iohn Calm, Pctcr Cisturo, Robcrt Clair, Runclall Cllilfli, liubcrt Crznliu, Robert Donnclly, Brian Duszn, Xvllllil' Dykstra, Ifrccl " Ferris, Ffllllli Fishcr, Ronald liruzin, losepll Friclic, Vllzlltm' Fry, Kent Grcgoirc, Clmrlcs Harris, Russell Holclcn, Fmxl Hoss, liL'11l'1CIll lngrislm, Frank Inman, lnhn Kckstzult, Hnrultl Klaus, XV11ltC1' Kontos, Antlmny Krcbscr, Robert Krysti, Guy Linclltolm, David Mzulscn, Eclwzml Zll in Pl'lTl1'll21I'y 1934 Marzullo, Tom Matecr, luck McCauley, Inmes McGuire, Robert Milonas, Iames Mines, Lee Murphy, Terri' Neill, Lawrence Neiburger, Robert Cyl.C2ll'y, NVilli:1m Osborn, Harold Pnpke, Fred Pappas, Iumes Roman, Conrail Rmi, Tomlin Scblossmnn, Martin Schreiner, Russell Siwinski, Ieromc Spitz, Peter Stallone, Andrew Srengelc, Rex Stump, David Sugimoto, Oscar Tbrelkclrl, Iohn Vernon, Robert Vescly, Ixunes Vitkus, Richard XVbitson, Iames Widen, Arlen Zubrick, Bruno 213 in February 195-l 46 f i r l if i 'ili 7 f rf 53351 Not PI-lffIll'l'df Bowrlcn, Ierry: Hier, Richarclg son, Burt: Selva, Anclruwg Simios, Georgcg Tcclg VVLlllZ1CC, Paul: Zscbau, Iulius. Robin- Slicler Simios, Zschau, Slider, Guuger, Snyder FEBRUARY NEW MEN Me v ,,, 1 N My ,iii M- . ,rf W gf QT' if 9 1 ,syn f gn A X , bk: ff ,mf Awww' X . . 1 visa? f - ' " ' wwv kk 7 ' f wif 1 ,w- E1 'y A m mx mfifu Y 122533 W HQQ4 ' :ww f L 1' im... M,-W' 'Wd S' 2 dfgggk 1 gsm L v R, Wm 4 x s 1 MAIOR IOHN S. CHESEBRO CAPTAIN HOWELL BROCK M fSliRGEAN'l' ROBERT PARKER sir, ' .2 ff? T ...P SERGEANT AL USEWICZ THE ILITARY DEPARTMENT The Academy was fortunate this past year in being able to maintain the same military personnel that served the school in l952-53. Their previous experience proved beneficial to the corps in all phases of military activity. Major Iohn S. Chesebro, P.M.S. ci T., taught the Senior Class. Their courses included mili- tary organization, technique of fire, combat formations, scouting and patrolling, and tactics of rifle squad. Captain Howell Brock instructed the Iuniors in map reading, military problems, military policy, and evolution of Warfare. He also coached the Grenddiers. MX Sgt. Robert Parker taught marksmanship, and Was in charge of the rifle team. Sgt. Usewicz, Administrative NCO, taught rifle, carbine, hygiene and first aid. Sgt. Markham instructed drill and command, physical development methods, and military courtesy and customs. ,aww SERGEANT IAMES MARKHAM X Q ? l CADET Znferopulos, Goss, Lnrslnn I. MILITARY STAFF fffl lQf K COMMISSIONED OFFICERS Row I: Vnllzu, Kocalis, Voss, Goss, Mahon, Anderson, Carn- vcttc, Fitzgerald. Row 2: Dahl, Riggs. Gagnon, Cochrane, llacino, Gilbert, Dina, Larson, Znfcroplllrxs. ' 'ij' Not PfL'fllJ'!'tff Roger Peterson, Fml XlVLllllI1C, llzxrallnaris, Speak- 111811. Row I: Krueger, Kennedy, Manclli, Martinec, Bail, Zibas, Iohn- son, RCIDHIILXXV, Konurski. Row 2: Murkicwicz, Cooper, McClellan, Dnraburis, Gear D., Bcurcc, Lorcnzcn, Noonan, Novak D. 7 7' , 1 - V ' Nr x D - I . Ixow .a Ncmcth Ldon, Pxpm, 1'.1urL brundbtrom, loerstcr, . , , . Prcuss, Valcntinc, Drcnnun, Naudin. Ron' 4: Frigo, Hoover, Wallinc E., Schick, Kolnlis, Spcakman, Rhozuls, Avard I., Mctskcr, Shrum. Eigelbcrncr. N L. N I , , ., Q 4, M.. SERGEANTS Row 1: Freeman, Pappas G., Novak R., Hermann, Hodonos, Iurka. Row 2: Cassidy, Diamond, Taradash, Scrcs, Schwab, Fishman T. CORPORALS HEADQUARTERS CO. Row Row Row Row Row 1 2 : Markicwicz, Avurtl S., Kekstadt, Wallinc E., Mahon, Dahl, Shruin, Noonan, Fry. : Neill L., Best, Milonns, Wimlcn, Sec, Aitchison, Smith R., Gialnmzis. 3: Nichurgcr, Bowman, Spcakman, Darziharis, WVall, Zibzis, Iohnson, McArthur, Bates I Schwab, Scres, Schlee, Cumpe, Sclvzl, Diamond, Smith A., Schlossniun, Eagan, Wclliver 4 5: Avard I., Iurka, Lclon, Benson, Gallagher, Nauclin, Siwinski, Stehlik, Mctsker Grunclstrom. 'A' Capt. G. Mahon Company Commander .,,..... Platoon Leaders ....,.....,. ..... l st Lt. Dahl, Znd Lt. Darabaris .....Sgts. Schwab, Zibas, Hanson, Lelon, Naudin Squad Leaders ATTACHED Col. Roger Peterson flst Semesterl Major lames Goss C2nd Semesterl .....lst Lt. E. Walline Operations Officer .....,........ lst Lt. P. Zaferopulos Ass't Operations Officer ...... 2nd Lt. lohn Bacino Supply Officer ...............,...... 2nd Lt. lohn Larson Ass't Supply Officer ............ 2nd Lt. Al -Gilbert Battalion Commander Chaplain ........,............ A COMPANY Row I: Lorenzen, Vallns, Voss, Fitzgerald. Row 2: Hendricks, McGuire R., Cuwthon, Porter, Davis, Regan, Blackmore. Row 3: Viscount, Donnelly, Schreiner, Krueger, Bertash, Whitson, Snyder, Stecki, Krause. Row 4: Fischer, Walline R., Hamilton, Gregoire, Frank, Hartman, Ferris, Pappas G., Golk Rosi P. Row 5: Mathews, Lang, Nemeth, Loomis, Bearce, Neill A., VVimmer, Eigelbcrner, Lasson Samuelson. 'A' Company Commander ...... ....... C apt. Peter Voss Platoon Leaders ............. ....... 1 st Lt. Fitzgerald, 2nd Lt. Vallas First Sergeant ......... ....... L orenzen Platoon Sergeant ..... .,,.... K amrnerer, Hartman Platoon Guide ....... .. .... Staff Sgt. Lang Squad Leaders .... ...... . Sgts. Bearce, Nemeth, G. Pappas ,Van Stone, Krueger, Bertash ATTACHED MfSgt. Senior Bondsman .................. Noonan Operation Sergeant ............,.. ...,... E igelberner I B COMPANY Rom Roux Row New Row Crziskc, Rosi 'I'., Cairo, Riggs, Czxiuivcttc, Gagnon, Novak D., Stallone, McGuire Robt Inman, Howdcn Icrry, Nzikumurzi, French, Gear H., Faure, Manelli, Kennedy, Zie- linski, Frzxzin. Levine, Bail, Hziffzi, Holland, Osborn, Freed, McGuire D., Clark, Milavctz, Hansen M. Vescly. Swank, Lipe. Bauer R. V., Romain, Piippzis I,, Hicr, Izinnonc, Brown, Vernon. Kuhoun, Stephens, Rhoarls, Robinson, Hansen A., Pinkonsly, Iumes, Folz, MacDonald Kolalis. 'A' Company Commander .... ....... C Clpt. F. CCIFCIVGHG Platoon Leader ,.............. ..... 1 St Lt. Riggs First Sergeant ,........ ....... l . STOkeS Platoon Sergeants ,.., ., .... Kolalis, Nakamura Platoon Guide .,... Squad Leaders ..,.. .......MfSgt. Rhoads .......Sgts. Manelli, Holland, Kennedy, Freed, Faure, Bell v a C COMPANY Row 1: Stokes, Z1lfCI'0IlLIlOS, Gilbert, Goss, Anderson, Bacino, Larson. Row 2: Klaus, Marcon, Peterson I., Krebscr, McCauley, Hoss, Hermann, Dykstra, Holden Row 3: Lewis, Cooper, Rahke, Macliimm, Preuss, Novak R., Icrubck, Matecr, Frickc, Papkc Row 4: Thrclkcld, Canfield, Schcuneman, Harris, Felsen, Bingcn R., Stengelc, Hoclonos Bowden Iumes, Martin, Klein M. Row 5: Slider, Fisher, Heath, Noorlag, Cassidy, Hoover, Valentine, Frigo, Krivsky, Marzullo McClellan. if Company Commander .... ...... C apt. D. Anderson Platoon Leader ...,....e,.,... ...... 2 nd Lt. Gagnon Platoon Sergeants ,Ar. ....... P reuss, Noorlag Platoon Guide .....,. ...... S taff Sgt. Cooper Squad Leaders .... ...... S gts. Scheunernan, Valentine, Prigo Hoover, McClellan, Cpl. MacKirnm I D COMPANY Row Row Row Row Row Moss, Beshir, Iaifc, Cochrane, Kocalis, Dina, Berman, Simios. Linclholm, Fishman M., Klein, Harrison, Zschau, Scruggs, Hart, Kasntakis, Sugimoto, Moses. Gardner, Kontos, Bastis, Rabishaw, Martinec, DeGeorgc, Spitz, Bauer R,, Dietz. Bingen I., Clair, Vacel. Zubrick, Freeman, Gricc, Bellek, Bcarce, Pipin, Gear D., Iochnk, Duszu, Malysa, Focrster, Pnloucek. Konarski, Taradash, Krysti, WVelliver, Drennan, Schick, Rusgis, Clasen, Farr, Fishman T., Vitkus, Hcrriott, Madsen. ir Company Commander ..... ....... C apt. T. Kocalis Platoon Leaders .,.......... ...,... 1 st Lt. Dina, 2nd Lt. Cochrane First Sergeant ..,.,.,... ....,,. I afte Platoon Sergeants ..... ....... S chick, Gear, D. Squad Leaders ....,.... .....,. S gts. Konarski, Drennan, Martinec, Foerster, Pipin, Rabishaw BAND Q? fi fa' :f ,flkele o Elm MaihA,,1.Gf9,f1t2xla60 ugly,-' 'faq ee' is Ravi Row 1: Dahl, Noonan, Ncmcth, Schwab, Scrcs, Spcukman, Mnrtincc. Roux 2: Pappas I., Vaccl, Bates, Shrum, Rlloacls, Hurt, Rabishaw. Row 3: Diamond, Krueger, Stchlik, Avurcl S., Nichurgcr, Schlossman, Milonas, Roman, Row 4: Kckstadt, Fisher R., Farr, Mnrkicwicz, Kennedy, Bauer, R. V., Wallace. Row 5: Lt. Anderson, Wcllivcr, Robinson. TRUMPETS Avard, S. Dahl Krueger Milonas Nieburger Schlee Schlossman Stehlik DRUMS Holden Nemeth Noonan CDrum Majorl Schwab Seres CLARINET Bates Hart Pappas, I. Rabishaw Rhoads Shrum Vacel Diamond ALTO SAX Aitchison BARITONE Bauer, R. L. if TROMBONE Farr Fisher Freeman Markiewicz Schofield Kekstadt BELLS Stump SAXOPHONE Martinec Speakman Wallace Marcoux BASS HORN Robinson Welliver ALTO HORN Roman The Band of 1953-54 was tar more active than any of its predecessors in recent years. Lt. Anderson is due for much credit in stimulating enthusiasm within the Band. The Band performed at several community parades, tor the Mothers' and Fathers' Clubs, at all home football and basketball games, and at the many pep rallies. GRENADIERS Row 1: Cochrane, Vallas, Rosi P., Stccki, Murtincc, Harrison, Bacino. Row 2: Cooper, Noonan, Noorlng, Fishman T., Shrum, Farr, Bcarce, Krivsky, Iolinson Nor Picturcrl: Konarski, Iaffc, Kolalis, Nakamura, Speakman, Seres. ir The Grenadiers, under the command of Lt. fohn Bacino, made many public appearances during the year. Their first appearance was between halves of the MPMA-Bremen Homecoming football game. Subsequent appearances Were made at the Civic Opera House before the Marine Corps League, the Mothers' Club, the Reserve Officer Association, the Fathers' Club, and in the Chicago Public High School Drill Competition. The Grenadiers inaugurated interscholastic drill competition on the campus in defeating Marmion M.A. between halves of the MPMA- Culver MA. basketball game. RIFLE TEAM MPMA MPMA MPMA Row I: Schlee, Lang, Kennedy, Dahl. Row 2: Felsen, Stephens, Preuss, Cassidy, Mctskcr, Avard I., Taradash. SEASON RESULTS .,......891 ........926 ........925 MPMA .,,,,.s 909 MPMA ,.,,,,,. 915 MPMA ,,,,,,,, 926 MPMA MPMA MPMA ........918 ........922 ,..,...927 MPMA ,,,..... 925 MPMA ,,,,.,,, 912 MPMA ,,,,,.., 892 Won Marmion M. A. Waukegan H. S. . ...,..,.,... Howe M. A. .,,,,,,, . Evanston H. S. ,,,,. . Ioliet H. S. .,.,....,.. Marrnion M. A. .,..,.....,........ . Aurora Ir. Rifle Club Howe M. A. .........,... , Ioliet H, S. ...... . Evanston H. S. ...,............... , Aurora Ir. Rifle Club Waukegan H. S. .. 11 Lost - 1 INDIVID UAL AVERAGES Robert Metsker ...,. Iay Kennedy ........,.. Wayne Stephens ....... lack Dahl ..................,.. Sherwin Taraclash Dennis Cassidy ........ William Preuss ....... Henry Lang .,.,..... Herb Felsen ,..,.., lohn Avarcl ...... 187.75 182.17 179.75 178.18 177.17 176.17 176.10 172.75 172.06 171.00 RIFLE CLUB Row If McGuire R., Avurrl S., Rzistis, Fruzin, KCllI1Cllj'. Row 2: Mzitccr, Donnelly, Folz, Vnccl, ltcllck, Ncill L., Davis, Cairo. Row 3: Rosi P., Xvllllllltf R., Harris, Martin, Stephens, Prucss, Cassidy, Felsen, Smith A., Tziraflasli, Focrstcr. Dahl. -if OFFICERS The Rifle Club was highly successful in promoting interest in rifle competition. The Club boasted its largest membership since its formation in 1949. The Rifle Club sponsored the Annual Turkey Shoot in November and served as hosts at two house parties. President ........... Vice-President .... Secretary ...... Treasurer ........ Membership ........ Faculty Advisor ..... Coach .............,.,., .,....Robert Metsker ......lack Dahl ......lohn Avard ......Dennis Cassidy ......lay Kennedy ......Major lohn S. Chesebro ......MfSgt. Robert Parker I.. 10 R.: Avurd I., Mctskcr, Lclon, Grulldstrom. C 0 R G U A R D '-2. N -if 341- Z- -a-: X 2' it 2 ... k. ..-- X " 1 ,W ' - Y , Q.. x 5 I I 'T ,. ., .,,.. 'I 1 l 1 l K !"" I I I 'x v. fl l l U Qlll no D ,II 5 hz: III "" ' ' 1 l ffm gmffff LW: MURGAN PARK 'IIIIQIIAZX5 v ., . 1 .2 N E 1 x 3 Q if 57 E 31 3 1 a ,I E 3 2 ! E Ee 2 E 5 4 i E fe Q S Q L. ro R. lkow H: Znfcropulos, Ruhislmw, Mzinclli, Anclcr n I7 lrtcism R., llingcn I., Knsotakis, Wallinu R. Row 2: Riffus Mgirkiuvicz Hoclonos, Dina Gear, Mah n 5. , , , sgcrt, Viscount, Klein M. VA R S I T Y Row 3: Capt. Dickinson, Pipin, Turaclzisli, Krivsky, Eigclbprmr Ilurmm Loomis, Rusgls, Iiitic. Stokes, Cnumlstrom, Frigo, XT oi 1 MHCIDf1Illllll. Fischer, Voss, Capt, Zicinhn. FOOTBALL The MPMA Varsity compiled the best season record since l949, in Winning four, losing three, and tying two. The Warriors were led by Captain Pete Voss who starred as center and linebacker. Ron Loomis, Gerald Krivsky, and Chuck Fischer manned the end positions. Tim Stokes, Gene Frigo and Terry Zaccari were outstanding at the tackle slots. George Mahon, Fred Pipin, and Bob Viscount were capable guards on offense and defense. The backfield positions were ably manned by Rich Dina and Roger Peterson at quarterback, Kent Noorlag at fullback, and Bob Freed and Al Qiilbert at the halves. The duet of Gilbert and Freed thrilled the corps in scoring seventeen of the twenty-two touchdowns compiled, chiefly on long runs. SEASON RESULTS MPMA .... 38 Rich Township ...... ........ 2 5 MPMA .... 46 Bremen H. S. ..... . MPMA ,,.. 20 Oaklawn I-l. S. ...... ....,... 6 MPMA .... 5 St. lOl'1n M. A. MPMA Culver M. A. .......,,. ......., l 3 MFMA .... U Maryville Academy MPMA ,,,, 6 G, R. Clark H. S. ..,.. ........ l 4 MPMA .... E5 Reavis l-l. S. ...... .. MPMA .,.. l2 Oaklawn H. S. ...... .. .. U Won - 4 Lost - 3 Tied - 2 66 FOOTBALL ACTION "af ,,, -1 5. 9 1, ml' V Vs- 5 . A: am y M I. K 'le 5 X . , -was , A WK 'W .wmv Q 'frm , ff g Q :gf . V 1. :ff . mm N if N' 5, X I W. E f .iv Gm 4 W if Met .. , ,KKK if I If .Z Mzxnclli Hotlonos Gear liingcn Laing Fischer Hartmann Stokes Iziffc Peterson R. Loomis Kzisotgikis Riggs Tnrntlasli lrigo Anclursnn D. K rivslty IiigCii7Cl'IlL'l' Mgirkicwicz Million G l'LlIlIiSU'OlH Frcccl Gil bert ,.l Zuccari Voss Dina Noorliig Klein M. MacDonald Pipin Rusgis Viscount LETTERMEN Infic Peterson R. Gilbert Mahon Freed Dina Riggs Fischer Voss Krivsky Stokes Znccari Viscount Hartman Markicwicz Eigelbcrner Anderson D. Noorlug Pipin Loomis Frigo Rnbishziw, Mgr. R. Vfgillinc, Mgr. INDIVIDUAL SCORING Gilbert Freed ............. Anderson D. Peterson R. Dina ............. Noorlag .... Captain .............. Most Valuable Captains Elect Managers ..... Coaches ...... 54 50 I2 U 12 I 4 IO I 9 O 8 2 2 O 2 ff 0 1 ......Peter Voss ....,,...Peter Voss ..,,...Ron Loomis Fred Pipin Rabishaw R. Waiiine .......Capt. I. Ziernba Capt. L. Dickinson 69 l I l Row I: Scruggs, Sugimoto, Brown, Frcncli, Ziclinski, Blackmore. Row 2: Gear, Kli-in H., Grice, Madsen, Widen, Bowden I., Swank, S H S P H Ierabck, Hart ' Row 3: Harriett, Lipc, Martin, Stcngclc, Robinson, Pinkonsly, Kiefer, Pappas, Gialamns, Lassen, Frank, Dclhorge, Lewis, F0 0 T B A N01 PiC'fIl1'fIl'.' Harris, McArthur, Gallagher, Fisher, Nieburger. FROSH-SOPH ROSTER ,C I SEASON RESULTS ya laghcr ttBowdcn, lim igfiink I MPMA .... Blue lslancl H. S. ,,.. 32 MPMA ,... 3l Oaklawn H. S. ...... . U ,SQQHQQQQ MPMA .... Parker H. S. ............ 6 MPMA .... 7 Rieii Tewiieiiip ,,,...,. 13 ilfrutick MPMA ..,. 12 Harper H. S. ............ 6 MPMA .,,, 13 MPMA MPMA .... South Shore H. S ..,,. 31 lunior Varsity ...... O ttMartin MPMA ..., l3 Rich Township .,...... 7 MPMA .... 7 Beavis H. S. ............ 31 l'Brown llgfljf Won - 4 Lost - 4 Tied - I i'Herriott :'Klein 'Hart fScruggs Xziclinski t'Rr1binson INDIVIDUAL SCORING i'Frank ptfllilgorc Scruggs ,,,, ....... 3 8 Klelfl .................. ...................,..... . . 7 6,558 ' Iefqbek ,,,,., ....... 9 Captain ...................... Warren Rusgis 'Lcfvim Mgr- Gqllq her ,,,,,,. 20 Most Valuable Charles Scruggs XV1llCl'l g Pappas Swgnk ,,,,,,, ...... l 9 Captain Elect .............. Rex Stengele Lasson Martin .,,, ,..... 3 Manager ......... ......... K eith Lewis Qjifjfgf giengeie ,,,,, ..,,.. I 2 Coaches ...... .... L i. W. Hudson McArthur Lipe ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, l l..l, H. Trapp Nichurgcr Milavclz Vernon "N0. of lcttcrs won 70 Gilbert lu Buil, Riggs Czirnvuttc. Pcu-mm, Hermann Lomnis, Lclun, Clusen, lfitzgciulil The Varsity Basketball team, under the di- rection of Coach Harry Olds, won two games while dropping eighteen during the regular season. The team was greatly handicapped by a lack of height which meant the difference be- tween victory and defeat in a number of games. Ron Loomis, center, was the tallest member of the starting five at 6'l". captain and leading scorer, and Bob Faure played the forward positions. Roger Peterson, Frank Caravette, George Beil, and Ron Riggs alternated at the guards. The outlook for the 1954-55 season is more optimistic with Loomis, Beil, Clasen, Faure, and Lelon returning. SEASON RESULTS VARSITY BASKE BALL MPMA ....,,,.. .. Harvard .,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,i..,,, 6 7 MPMA ,,,,,,,,,, .54 Bremen H. S. . ,, ...W43 MPMA ,,,,,,,,,,,, Beavis H. S. ,,,,,, ,,,,.,, 5 4 MPMA ,.,.,,,,,,,, 43 Oaklawn H. S. 37 MPMA ,,,,,,,,,,, Culver M. A. ,,,,,, ,,,,..,,,, 5 l MPMA ,,,,,, ,,,, 3 9 Si. lOl'11'1 M. A- fY,, -,ff-,, 5 9 MPMAVVV V Qciklawn H, S, YYVVYV YVVV , , 51 MPMA ,,,,,,,,,,,, 5U Culver M. A. ,,,, ........55 MPMAVY H Rich H, SA M -QVKQKN YKVKVVVVV 5 7 MPMA... . 35 Onorgu M. A. V57 MPMA Luther SO, hyrgyr ,Vy,- y I 54 MPMA.. .. ..., 40 Chicago Christian ......... .... . ...50 MPMA. , ..... Howe M. A. .... . ....... 56 MPMA ....,, eeeee 6 3 Rich H. S, ..,.,,,,.e,,,,-, eeeee S S90 MpMA Luther NO- vYi-ii,--- Vrfriiu V 61 MPMA . .. .... 39 Lemont H. S. ...... .. 45 MpMA St- rohn M4 A. ,MA-, Yrrirvrn 5 9 MPMA ..,,,.... 57 Bremen H. S. .......... ,..... . 7l MPMA ,YY,Y,Y,-,., Regvig H, S, -,---, ,,,,,, , ,46 Regional Tournament MPMA ............ 57 Lamont H. S. . .59 MPMA .... ...... 4 4 LC1GrC1r1ge H. S. ...... ....... , N100 Won. ..... 2 Lost ........ 19 '71 ROSTER Cjlbgrt Cnravcttc: Loomis Beil Faure Pctcrson R. Clascn Riggs Fitzgerald Lelon Kasotakis Letter Winners 72 fTop, L. to RJ: Riggs, Boil, Clzxsen, Fitzgerald, KBolfom, L. io RJ: Caravctte, Pctcrsun, l-urm1is, Lelon, Gilbert. TOP SCORERS Gilbert ,,,,, .. Loomis ,, F Ll u rc i,,, Cnrnvctte Bell .Y..,. .. C ouch ,,,,,, Cuerzzin ....,Y C fzptni 11-cl ret ,,,......... M ost Valuable Managers ,,,, 4 'Vw ' y se is , .- Q M? sl . is 5 l V ECW' !' :fi-E+' "Ir5IiElI A - X QSSWT - 'gf it-5 .,.. gj., .:,. I :Q YH A,.-...LT. HARRY OLDS .---MAL GILBERT 4 .. RON LOOMIS AL GILBERT HERMANN, FRY ,J lion' I: Klaus, Clair. Icrzihck, Klein H., Hurt, Iizistia, FROSH-SOPH BASKETBALL lfmilz. Kun' 2: Clzirls, Mziclben, Ilrmvri, Gallaglicr, Rulvimfm, Kcifcr, Krivsliy, Bowflcn, Vcrnzzn, VV:il., C.1pt. Marshall. Courlz .,,, SEASON RESULTS mmm SSSSSSSSS Cuplzzizz-Efrcf ...M MPMA ..,.,, 33 Harvard .. .. .. ....4l 11051 Valuable ,,,, MPMA ,,,... 26 Reavis H. S. . ...34 ilfzlllllgfl' ,,..,,, MPMA ,..... 27 Oaklawri H. S. .. 43 MPMA ,,,,,, 22 Rich H. S. ..,.,.. ,,,,,,,, 5 7 MPMA ,.,,,, 49 Luther So. ,,,,, ....,. 3 5 MPMA SSSSSS 21 Howe M. A. SSSSSS LETTER WINNERS MPMA .,.,,, 49 Luther No. ,,,,,,, Gallagher MPMA... 26 Reavis H. S. .... . ,. Ixlcfcr MPMA ..... 35 Lemont H. S. .... Krivsky MPM!-X...,3I Bremen H. S. , . Ixlum MPMA ..... 40 Oaklawn H. S. Hart MPMA ...... 25 Culver M. A. ..,..,.. , Robinson MPMA ..... 29 Chicago Christian Clark MPMA ...... 40 Rich H. S. ......................... . Icrulneli MPMA ..,.. 43 Lerriont H. S. Pctcrson I. MPMA ...... 31 Bremen H. S. ............. Won ........ 4 Lost ........ I2 Bowden, Iames Folz CART. GENI MARSIIXI L HARRY KLI INT ROBERT CLARR HARRY KLTINI WILLIAM FOI I SQUAD MEMBERS Vernon Cinotto Bauer R. Madsen Klaus Clair Bastis Milrivctz L MPMA Row I: Briftli, Bowden, M. Fishman, Mzirtinec, Zielinski, Regain, Novak, Iilackmorc. Besliir. 191102: Lt. Hudson, Mxirkiewicz. Pres, Voss, Bncinu, Knininercr, Iiigunuml, Mclilulluri, Mahon. Ilinzi, Pipin, KfJLSllII3, McGuire. SEASCN RESULTS MPMA ..,A.A .A 4 8 MPMA MPMA MPMA MPMA MPMA MPMA MPMA MPM!! MPMA MPMA MPMA MPMA MPMA 8 'W on ........ 7 Thornton Fract. ,,,,AA ,,,,, . Proviso H. S. .,.... . University H. S. V .w,w .wv,, . Bremen H. S. Ioliet H. S. ....,Veeee,,,,,, ,,,,, . Washington H. S. Rich H. S. ,,,,,,,,.,,, . Bremen H. S. Oaklawn H, S. ,,,,,,,, ,,,,, . Washington H. S. Calumet H. S. ..,, . Rich H. S. ......................... . Thornton KI-Iarveyl Howe M. S. .,............ ..,,. , Culver M. A. ........ . VAR WRES SITY TLING COMM ...... ....... I -T. 'WARREN HUDSON CKIIULIIAII ...... .RICHARD DINA Crrpf.-Iilrfz ........ ...LWRAY RECZAN .Voir Ilzfznlfvlc ...... .... .I lllllllgltfj .... ............. . .. PETER VOSS MQGUIRIQ R.. STR.-XNSRY Fr.-Soph Alflff Vrrfznlfflc -CHARLES SCRUGGS VARSITY LETTER WINNERS Regain Ziclinski Kocnlis Kzrnimcrer Mahon Voss Bncinn Dina Reserve Letter Lost ........ 8 Pinin FROSH-SOPH LETTER WINNERS Bowden, Icrry Rlzickinore Levine Haifa fII2IlZl1lIOS Scruggs Pappas, I. Ferris Strqxnsky, Mgr. McGuire R., Mgr. Baffa Pipin K2llllI11CI'C1' Rogan Ziclinski Muhon H. wwflcn Voss BCSllil' Bluck1nurc Dina Fishman Kocxllis Bncino 76 ' KAN if 5 A , 5 K R Af C ' ', ' i -3 fs .vf W' ,f ix Ma " ik X i gg in 51 b L, 5 wr' .. my 'zwgg 4 Y h' 7 . 155 R V f i MQ E 'ii 'Q-4 - V ". r W .:... E, I 4 1 , NX' 5 Q. A ,,2Z,.51::ff- , ml ' Q. -:::g,,': ' A 1,0 y. j. if , Row I: llnrrison, Levim. Rusi 'l'., Vcscly, Strunaky. Row 2: Lt. Hudson, filillllllllls, Pappas, Ferris, P1l1UllCCk, Scrug 5 FROSH-SOPH WRESTLING MPMA MPMA MPMA MPMA ,,,,,,,, MPMA FROSH-SOPH RESULTS 3 Thornton CI-Iorveyb ,,,-...51 ,,,,,,,,13 Ioliet H. S. ,.,,7.,,36 ll Rich H. S. ,,,, , , ..,.. .V10 3g Oaklcxwn H. S. ,,,, ,,,,,,,. 2 5 ,, , 15 Rich H. S. ,,,,,,, A,.. Y,,.... . 1 3 Vfon ,,,,,,,,.... 2 Lost .......,,, 3 ZX 1 ,nz LAX ,1?f'Vl"' MW . S, 4 XS? ' MPMA MPMA MPMA ............ MPMA MPMA .,,..,.,AA.. MPMA MPMA .,A.... .... MPMA .,,,........ MPMA ....,..,.... MPMA MPMA MPMA ............ MPMA MPMA MPMA MPMA RuwI:C41pt. Mzwsluxll, Goss, Lursml, Lnrcnzcn, Dina, Zaxfcmptrlos, Mahon, Peterson, Mill'lilCNVlC7 Valentine, Iolrmon. Ron' 2: Rosi P., Voss, Damlmris, Gisluson, Nuucliu, Mcrclingcr, Iatfc, Km-stcr, Poullmam, Bacino. SEASON RESULTS Blue Island H. S. .... ...,.. . Oak Lawn H. S. .... ...... . Reavis H. S. ..... . Glenwood ......... Calumet H. S. ..... ...... l l Thornton ........ Culver M. A. Beavis H. S. ..... . loliet Catholic ..... ....... Luther No. ..,....... . Chicago Christian loliet H. S. ........... ....... l 3 Oak Lawn H. S. ...... ....... l Argo H. S. ........................ ll Morgan Park H. S Glenwood ......ll........ ....... l Won ........,... 9 Lost ............ 7 953 VARSITY BASEBALL Vurxily Coach .... ........... C APT. GENE MARSHALL l'1'.-Soph. Corzrh ............ LLT. HARRY OLDS ClIf7l'I1fII ............ ........ ...... l ' OULLMAN Cuplzlflz-Elect . ........ RICHARD DINA Most Vllllmflfz' ...........,.. .MIQRDINGER .llinzager .......... .... . JOHNSON E., ROSI P. LETTERMEN Pctcrson R. Izlllu Poullnmn Nlllltltll Nuenkc Muzik Gislason Mcrdinger K oester Voss Larsen R. Dina Znferopulos G. Mahon 79 Cqhx ,ami Q :,.s-, . b Ml' Raw I: Lt. Olds, Gear, Kiefer, Icrubck, Klein H., Scruggs. Row 2: Iiowden, Hcrriutt, Grunclhtrom, Lelon, Rusgis, Krivbky, Faure, Rosi P. I 9 5 3 FROSH-SOPH LETTERMEN F R O S H S O P H Grunclstrom Rusgis - Scruggs Klcin H. Iumlwck MacDonald B A S E B A L L MucKin'1m Krivsky Howden Lclou Faure Cczrr H. 11254 HOPEFULS I.nrL-nzcn V055 Inffu Naurlin Markicwicz Uzrcinu Mahon lJz1rz1hu1'is Dina Goss Row 1: McGuire R., Capt. Dickinson, Cruske, Anderson, Hooning, Kennedy, Frcccl, Lt. Hudson, Pappas G. Row 2: Campe, lurks, Sec, Gallagher, Pipin, Eigclbcrncr, Noorlzlg, Howes, Kummcrcr, Lung, Lcimnetzer, Couchaf ,,,A Clzpfzzim ..,.,.. Cuprrzirz-Elec! ,. High Pain! 511111 yllfllltlgfll' ,,,,, ,,,......CAP'l'. DICKINSON, LT. HUDSON ..... U61 .....,.l5V2 ..,...,29 .......51 .......32 ....... 58Vz .,.,...38 .49-1X3 ........36 ,.........I-IOONING, CRASKE I 9 5 3 .. .... --.RON KAMMERER ,,,,,,,,.. RON KAMMERER ,,.,-....PAPPAS G., MCGUIRE R. T R A C K LETTERMEN MPMA .....,.,..., 43 Leo H. S. ........ . Eawncfcf MPMA ..........,. 95V2 Ocxklawn H. S. YCCC Hooning MPMA ...,...,..,. 88 Beavis H, S, Sikmki MPMA 57 Crete H S Howes --------,,-' ' U Crnske ............ lVlCIT1'I1lOI'l ..........,. Qfyfffson D' MPMA .,,,...,.,.. 86 oqkmwn H, S, Lfmcrflan MPMA .......,.... 49V2 Culver M. A. . Kennedy Dybulski MPMA ,.,......... 66 Glenwood ,.,, I-C5'1mflf1fff MPMA .,....,. 68-2X3 Oncxrgci M. S. MPMA ..,.,,.,.,.. E56 Recxvis ,,,,.,,,,, Ocxklcxwn ....., Won ............ 8 Lost .....,..,.., 2 .....,24 1954 TRACK mg, Pipin. Mzmelli, llimnolucl, Eigcllu-rm-r. liL!lNINCI'Cl', Fraud, Nocwlzxg, Kennedy, fx11Ll4'l'Sf1Il X 1953 TENNIS TEAM Nou' If XVallinc R., NVallinc, ll., Capt. Wallace, Civics, Iioualis. l3n1z'2: Murstig, liuriasli. A- varml I., Van Stone, lfitzgcralcl, l'lLll'I'lS4JH. The Tennis team cap- tured one match while losing six. lts lone vic- tory was over Hyde Park High School. The Cadets lost twice to Thornton ot Harvey and Blue island. Harvard and Fenger also were victorious over MPMA. Bolo Van Stone, Ben- ny Andrews and Tony Kocalis won varsity let- ters. Frosh-Soph letters were awarded to lohn Avard and William Har- rison. 1953- GOLF TEAM T Krueger, Benson, Yallas. lnterscholastic golf was revived after a lapse ol several years. The team won one match and dropped five. With only one member lost through gradua- tion, Major Gumbrell, the coach, predicted a more successful season in 1954. 83 Row I: If. to 1:1 Milonns, Sugimoto, Hcrmunn, Donnelly, Avnrci S., Berman, Cairo, Mzitccr, McGuire R., Garclncr, Rribishuw. Row 2: Larson, Hcrriott, Zufcropulos, Focrstcr, Konurski, Kzisotukis, Kckstatlt, Smith R., Mzirtincc, Krueger, Rahkc. Row 3: Widen, Selva, T2lf3il1lSh, Cassidy, Nnuclin, Avnrd I., Walline R., Rosi P., Gregoire, Iamcs. Row 4: Drennan, Stengcle, Lang, Grumlstrom, Lorcnzcn, Mctskcr, I-Ioovcr, Noorlag, Bates, Fisher R., Hamilton, Pappas G., Fclscn. Fourteen teams of six players each formed the MPMA Bowling League of l953-54. Season results were as follows: High Averages Stengele ..... .... Rhoacls ..... .... Cassidy ...... Grundstrom ........ Larson ......... .... High Games Stengele 231 Viscount ..,.. .... 2 23 Felsen ...... .... 2 l l Champions Rhoads KCapt.J Krueger Kolalis Valentine Schick Foerster il P Rum 1: Gardner, Kusulakm, Hcrriott, Fishman 'l'.-IJ Company Rum 2: Lipc, Gt-ur H., Mnncllif- B Company COMPANY B A S K E T B A L L yjlzrrlgealgldcjljrlgqgllolirlipgcljfnljfullliilhgclulliih-seisgm? a tie for top honors. Company Basketball competition was held J J523wi73i: jaw ' ' 55525359 yaawf, ,- zz ' 2 iiwiililjiziiirllfg yfsfyxv Af33i1If WRZLS: " T-321' JGFZLV 'aww msn Y jlggzm ,2,51gf.3S1'S2f'Ef1 ."7',fr2G 7 'fm' MW Wi 'lfilfi Ulf! -wi24,.K ,::fE:g, . fifth. 12:22 pg fwzliifs Pigffff' anim 113 X ,. E232 1 11512 ff Wim? 2 V ' E i n i. e g QQQZQZ . 'i Q L a V to v' .11 ii' f f" , 1134? 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MW, ,,,,,K,,:x WMU .K M V iywfm ,W , gxmsiag,-ggwsssififffzewrglmf - - MESTISL S53-Si? fiyfffiiy ' Mw.,f.W.o.- ,NW ',,QN,g Nm, 4W,,A,,w ,NW ww, V W, 11?m:J'3'5MiS?l:g1wgKimi.:-. ggg 5 f f Fzliesgff-ssfasfwgwfswzizfwgizf , Ft ,xazfwg-i. fine, Si. ixizsggigymggaf ,Q my wszgs 582051 . Www: ..Nm:f.w - A .: H 2SjKQ23A1f5:sgt'f wfgizw Mgr 53525: giisrkgg? . 2 X355 5, 5 'ffifil ' f. wx?i"s., . Q QE? Mis' iz.: ,twig , is N321 ,. ,..1z:.w i i55i:Z'Y?Ef2ff5???ifY.l?l ?5fW'AZ5FZ 1 gifizvzuff' :sf A 3:?f5775s'f73f5g7n:7VU K5 X X x ,iiiiz . L - gfglifkzg, fmt M... f ml mam . ,sa . -av: .- if is , 5 F Y8xJg Ms :E wwf -fir? wi? QE Q W ggi 1 3 rx .... E ? vw hw? 5 5 g i: 2 -xiii' .X .... - HONCR SOCIETY Row 1: Mahon, Goss, VVz1lline E., Larson, Fitzgerald, Capt. Gray. Row 2: Martinec, Pipin, Vklzillinc R., Iolmson, Avnrrl I., Kennedy, Rosi P. OFFICERS lst Semester I"1'f'JZ'liF7Il ..,.,.,.,,,,,, .,.,.. I AMES GOSS ,,,...... V1'cc-P1'es1'de11t ...- .,,.. IOHN LARSON ,... Sccrf'IzIry ,,,.... TI'l'LIJ'l!l'C'7' ,,,,..... Faczllly flzlzfisor , ......,...Gl1ORGlz MAHON ...- ..... IOHN FITZGERALD 2nd Semester ,,,,....IOHN LARSON ,,......GEORGE MAHON ...WWIAMES Goss ED NVALLINE CAPTAIN FRANCIS GRAY The National Honor Society is the most exclusive organization on the campus, being restricted to members of the Iunior and Senior Glasses, who maintain a thirteen point scholastic average. The members distinguished themselves more than ever the past year in tutoring daily cadets having scholastic problems. This staid society also entered into the social lield by sponsoring a house party in February. GUARDIANS Rom I: Gngmm, Goss, hfltlllllll, liucinu, Kocnlis. Regain. Row 2: McGuire R., Scruggs, Dina, Gilbert, Avzml I., Voss, Kennedy, Capt. Mzusliull. Row Y: ltmvclun, Klein H., Pappas I., .qgrrtiiica Lclon, Munclli. OFFICERS lst Semester 2nd Semester Presizlellt ......,.... ..,... . GEORGE MAHON ...,.. ,,,,,,... G EORGE MAHOV T'iz'e-P1'z'.ridez1f ....,, ,....... IOHN BACINO .,.,, .....,, I 'ETER VOSS Ser.-Tl'er1:111'cl' , ,,..,.. ..,..,.. I AMES GOSS ,,.,,, ....,,,,,,,,..,.......... I AMES GOSS lirflflty 1-lzlvisoz' .. ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,...., ...,,, C A PTAIN GENE MARSHALL The Guardians, elected representatives ot the cadet corps, carried on a constructive program throughout the year. The Guardians sponsored a "Keep the Campus Clean" drive, served as hosts to several student councils in an inter-school council meeting, sponsored the "Hobo Hop" and numerous house parties. First semester members were as follows: Mahon, Bacino, Goss, Voss, Gagnon, Gilbert, Kocalis, Martinec, Kennedy, Manelli, Lelon, Regan, Iim Bowden and Harry Klein. Second semester Guardians Were: Mahon, Voss, Goss, Bacino, Gagnon, Gilbert, Dina, Manelli, I. Avard, Lelon, Kennedy, Regan, D. McGuire, Scruggs, and I. Pappas. ACADEMY NEWS , . x. rsuaaar :www x Q- ,- Row I: Kouros, Dinar, Znfcropulos, Goss, McGuire D., Avnrcl S. Row Zi Lt. Gumbrcll. Lipc, Stcplmcns, l"-Icrriotr, Wnllinc li., Ncmcth, lfziifor'-1'z1-Chief , W. . , Managing Editor Sport: Editor .. ,.w,, Copy Ezfitor Exchange Eziiior Facully Arfzfifoz' Munclli, Gagnon ,JAMES GOSS ,PHIL ZAFEROPULOS PHIL MANELLI HARRY NAKAMURA ED NAUDIN LT. T. E. GUMBRELL The Academy News, a loi-monthly publication, presented the cadets with a very adequate coverage oi school news throughout the school year. The staff distinguished itself with a policy ot presenting many photos, cartoons, and special features in each issue. Reporters included the following: lack Nerneth, Torn lurka, Tony Kontos, Stephen Avard, and Wayne Stephens. SKIRMISHER Now 1: U. Io 1'.l Ralmishaw, Zafcropulos, Goss. Row 2: Wallinc Ii., 'Wullinc R., Hamilton, Ngmeth, Hcrriott, Capt. Zicmha. rfilor ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Asfocinff' lfrllwr , ,, Sporlx EI!!-101' , BIISIIIFSI iI1KlI117gl'l' ,. Fzzculfy ,-I1l1'1.ror The yearbook staff proudly presents the 1954 edition of the Skirmisher to the cadet corps. We hope it is received well now and that it will serve as a book of fond memories in the future. Bob Walline, Ward Hamilton, George Pap- pas, Iack Nemeth, Bob Freeman, William Her- riott, Stanbridge Martin, and Ron Kammerer contributed to the yearbook in addition to the above mentioned. The staff Wishes to thank Major Fehlandt and Lieutenant Gurnbrell for the many photographs they contributed to the Skirmisher. Czltlcts present Sliirmislicr to Mayor Iiunuully PHILIP ZAFEROPULOS IAMES GOSS HID VVALLINE IAMIZS RABISHANV CAPTAIN IOSICPI-I ZIEMBA EMBLEM CLUB Row I: U. to 111 Wallinc li., Gilbert, Dina, Voss, Mahon, Koealis, Regan. ...-Q, Row 2: Naumlin, Wulline R., Frigo, Hartman, Pappas G., Zaferopulos, Fischer, Kcnnccly, Noorlug. Row 3: Markicwicz, Bueinu, Ruhishznv, Krivskv, Pipin, Ktll1l1TlCl'CI', Anderson D., Eigclbcrner, Loomis, Czirzivette, Capt. Zicmhzi. OFFICERS I'1'esi12'e11t ,,,.,.,, . lf'ic'e'-P1'f'x1'fic'z1.f Secretary ....,. . Tl'6AI5lII'l'l' ,,,, , Sgr.-111-.41'm5 ,,,,,,,, BlI5I.Ill'J'.f Mumzgrr' Fzzcnlty Adzivoz' lst Semester Znd Semester .,,,.WPliTER VOSS PETER VOSS .WHYAL GILBERT .. Y GEORGE MAHON ,,...,,ANTHONY KOCALIS W ANTHONY KOCALIS ,. .... GEORGE MAHON ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 1 XL GILBERT ,,,....RICI-IARD DINA RICHARD IJINA FRANK CARAVETTE ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,..,, E ID WALLINE CAPT. IOSEPH ZIEMBA The school year of 1953-54 marked the 25th anniversary of the Emblem Club. The Emblem Club is made up of cadets who have Won a varsity letter in any of the major sports, and have contributed fifteen hours of service to the school. The Emblem Club promoted the successful Football Dance and several house parties. With proceeds from the concession stand at athletic events, the club purchased a portable amplifier for use at athletic contests. The school year Was concluded with a banquet at which time the senior members received trophies as a memento of their membership in the Emblem Club. FROSH-SOPH CLUB Ko uf Ron' R0 IU Row I: McGuire R., Icrulnck, Hurt, Klein H., Faure, Lelon, Mzlnclli, Gricc, Mnclsen, Capt. Marshall. 2: Fishman T., Pinkonsly, Sercs, Lorenzen, Brown, Avarrl I., Martin, Frank, Iohnson, Swank, Lewis 3. Lipe, Camps, Fisher R., Metskcr, Clausen, Grunrlstrom, Robinson, ltowclcn, Hcrriott. 4: Scruggs, Rosi P., Hamilton, Stcngelc, Ginlnmzls, Mnrtincc. OFFICERS lst Semester 2nd Semester I'l'!1ff4dt'71f ,.,,,,.... .......... 1 'HOMAS LELON ......,. CHARLES SCRUGGS Vice-Presidc'nt ..... .,..,.. ,... G E ORGE. FAURE ...... .... ,,,,.,.. H A RRY KLEIN Scv.-Trea:111'e1' ,,,,, ,,.1l111.. I DHIL MANELLI ...,.... W ,,,,,........., PHIL MANELLI Sgt.-al-Arm: Family Aa'z'ifor ..,...i...KENT NOORLAG BowDEN CAPTAIN GENE MARSHALL The Frosh-Soph Club, composed ot winners of Frosh-Soph letters in athletics, rounded out its seventh year as a campus organization. The club sponsored its annual dance in February and served as hosts at several house parties. The activities for the year Were concluded with a banquet for the members in Iune. CAVALRY Schrcincr, Lt. Cozine, lfrccnmn, Stchlik. The Cavaliers rode at the Midway Riding Club three times a week and were instructed by Mr. lames Lightner and Mr. George Wedell. The Cavalry Troop was divided into two groups. Beginners were taught fundamentals of riding, while the advanced group practiced dressage, bare- back riding, and jumping. Cadets Bob Freeman and Chuck Stehlik represented the school at the lnternational Horse Show and the Midway Horse Show and won ribbons in their respective classes. Lt. Cozine served as faculty advisor for the Cavaliers. CHORU fl.. to ICJ Inman. Gufrimmi, Frank Lcwis Mzmclli Lomnis, Lt. Amlcrson, Hczilh, Sclicuncmain, Hodonus s , , , , Rum P., Ri-511111. .-ll 171117102 Full. l The Chorus, under the direction of Lt. Richard Anderson, concluded a very successful season. The Chorus sang in the Christmas service, Fathers' Club programs, and at the Chapel services. The group departed from the serious in providing the barber-shop type harmony at several school assemblies. PANISH CLUB Row 1: Klein I-I,, Ncmelh, Lt. Robbins, Mnrkicwicz, Lipc. Row 2: Mzmclli, Ingrisli, Krivsky, Zubrick, Cumpc, Roman, Selva, Kontos, Bowden Icrry. Pl'C'!l-dfllf ,,.... ,,,,,, K ENNETH MARKIEVVICZ Sfw'c'ta1'y ,.,.., ....,,, H ARRY KLEIN Tz'z':1:m'er ..Y,,,.,Y,,..... ,V..... Ii DWARD NAUDIN Business Manager ,..... ,,,YY,, , IACK NEMETH Family .flffzfifor , ,YvY,.... LT. I. ROBBINS The Spanish Club was organized during the past school year for the purpose of promoting a better understanding ot the Spanish language and the Spanish speaking countries. The club held Weekly meetings and also sponsored a I-louse Party during the year. LATIN CLUB Rom 1: Iohnson, Scruggs, Major Fchlunnlt, Regan, NVulline R. Row 2: Inman, Rosi T., Sugimoto, Hoclonos, PLllflLlCUR, l'If7OYC1', Martin, Rosi P., Grice, Spitz. OFFICERS Pl'f'Sl,!il'I2l ,,,,.. - ...... - ........, - ......... - ...... w..-...- F 'iff-I'1'f'.f1'1lr11r Sz'z'1'6fr11'y ,,,,,,,,,, TI'l'tl,x'Ill'C'l' Sgt.-uf-,'l1'n1r I-lfrnlfv fl1l1'i.v0i' RAY REGAN CHARLES SCRUGGS EDWARD IOHNSON ROBERT WALLINIE ROBERT FREEMAN MAIOR 'I'l-IEODORH FEHLANDT The Latin Club met monthly at which time movies Were shown of Ancient Home and contests were held to determine the most proficient Latin linguist. Club dues Were used to rent films and to purchase refreshments for the monthly meetings. This relatively new club hopes to encourage further interest in the Latin language among many more cadets. CAMERA CLUB Raw I: McGuire IJ,, Inman, Maier Fchlzmclt, Kekstndt, Martin. Koa' 2: Bust, Sixvinski, l'Ioox'c1', Campo, Cnwtlion, Bzlstis. OFFICERS I'r'c,rI11'f'z1t YYYYY..Y CHARLES STEHLIK Vfcz'-l'1'r,v1'1lr11I Y,,.... ....v .YROBERT FREEMAN Sr z'.- TJYIIS 111'f'1' W Y,,YY.. - ....wY. RONALD MQGUIRE Sgr.-111-fl1'm.f Y, Y YY..,,, WESTIZR SAMUELSON lfilclzfiv 1-lzflflifrll' ,.YY,.YY MAJOR THEODORE FEHLANDT The aim ot the Camera Club was to furnish cadets interested in photography the opportunity to practice the hobby and to learn the latest methods. Club members developed and printed pictures of many campus activities, and in turn sold them to interested cadets. Proceeds from sales were used to equip the club darkroom located in the basement of East Hall. Monthly photographic contests were a feature oi the Camera Club. Many photographs were also supplied to the Academy News and the Skirmisher. FRENCH CLUB Raw I: Znfuropulos, I'Iodonos, Gagnon, Mzlnclli. Row 2: Bustis, Milonzis, Drcnnzm, Major Ifchlumlt, Vitkus, Mmlsun. Ilzmzirfezll ....Y,V. VYY, OFFICERS I"z'z'r-P1'fu'1'zlf'z1f M., Sm:-Tr'1'a,-'zflw' ....... Sgf.-tlf-.'ll'l7If ,,,, Ifnfrrlly flzf1'i,f0r The French Club was primarily organized to further the understanding ot the French language. The French Club held monthly meetings at which time films ot old France and of modern France Were shown. Members frequently made trips to the University of Chicago to View stage plays in which the French language was used. 'Weekly luncheons Were also held and mem- bers Were restricted to conversing in French. Ifrcncli Club meats ut Weekly lunch NORMAN GAGNON PHILIP ,,,,,,,..I'HI LI P PHILIP MAIOR MANIELLI ZAFEROPULOS I-IODONOS THEOIDORIQ FIQHLANDT CHESS CLUB Row 1: Rosi P., Dzxvis, Avurcl I., Whllinc R. Row 2: Capt. Brock, Inman, Rusi T., Kouros, Krcbser, Spitz, Full, Kckstzult, Eustis, Simios, Capt. Wallace. WAITERS Rom If Ron' 2: llgnvdcn IL-fry, Immun, Best, Cuwthon, Regan, McGuire R., Snyalcr. Kckstzult, McGuire D., Paloucck, Lorcnzcn, Wcllivcr, Grund- srronx, Hoover. Shrum, Noorlug, Campo, Bowden Izxrncs, Lcwms, Clark. 1 Q i. , 2, -it A tt flflil' A ? ff 1 f' ' W' 'F 3 . If t g N TAS' w i ,-f2:f.1:if2i,i. . , l rt, f. 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Q :jf .EQ .1 I I Y:,,i, l-pk Af, img! wi .""M". .,.,,.. i 't AMERICAN LOYALTY DAY American Loyalty Day was sponsored for the first time in the Beverly-Morgan Park area by the Academy, on Sunday, October 25th, 1953. ln addition to cadets and parents, hundreds ot resi- dents ol the area partici- pated in this demonstration of loyalty and patriotism to their country. The program opened With a concert by the Fifth Army Band. Mr. Eugene A. Moss, President ot the Board of Trustees, welcomed the as- sembled guests. Colonel C. L lordan introduced the many honored guests, State Senator Walker Butler, prin- cipal speaker, gave a stir- ring speech on patriotism. Brigadier General Oliver Wendell Hughes also spoke. The highlight of the pro- gram Was the presentation ot the United States llag to the academy from the Sec- retary of the United States Senate. Scenes from Lrpyultv Dui' gutliwing lOl ARMISTICE DAY The Armistice Day cere- mony was highlighted with ci speech given by Captain Francis R. Lewis, U.S.A. Chaplain on l'The Signifi- cance of Armistice Day". Mr. Gregory Gentleman, President of the Alumni As- sociation, read the names of the departed former ca- dets who gave up their lives in the World Wars l and ll and the Korean con- ilict, Colonel C. L. lordan placed a Wreath at the Court of Honor. The cere- mony Was concluded with o rifle salute by the MPMA Grenadiers. Snlutu to war heroes Armisticc Day 1':Ul'lHi1Il0ll ctilltllllli Lewis Aclilrcsscs Corps Colonel Iorclzin Speaks to Corps 102 JUNIOR CLASS PLAY The annual Iunior Class play was presented on December 3rd and 4th in Blake Theater. The Iuniors presented 'Born Lucky", a three act comedy about lite in a fraternity on a college campus. The play starred Bob Walline, Phil Manelli, Leonard Martinec, lay Kennedy, Tom Fishman, Fred Pipin, Ed Iohnson, Bob Metsker, and Phil Bosi. Lt. Iohn Woods directed the play, and settings were designed by Major Mahon, Tom Iurka, lack Nerneth, Sherwin Taradash, and Al Grundstrom. Properties were under the supervision ot Richard Bauer and Iirn Babishaw. Scenes From Iunior Play FOO BALL BANQUET The Football Banquet was held on November l9th, in Alumni Hall, before a ca- pacity crowd. Major George Mahon in- troduced the honored guests and Colonel C. L. lordan welcomed the guests. Lower School football awards were made by Lt. Lemanski and Lt. Olds. Frosh-Soph football awards were presented by Lt. Hud- son and Lt. Tropp. Capt, Ziemba and Capt. Dickin- son presented letters to the varsity. The program featured an interesting talk on various sports and sports celebrities by Mr. Tom Kouzmanott, Prep Sports Editor ot the Chicago American. Football Banquet Highlights 104 FOCTBALL DANCE The Emblem Club sponsored the annual Football Dance on the night ot November 14th. The music was furnished by Alan lerrick and his Orchestra, The highlight ot the evening was the selection by those in attendance oi a dance King and Queen. Peter Voss was elected King and Miss Dorothy Peterson Won the title ot Queen. The dance committee included Peter Voss, Al Gilbert, Roger Peterson, George Mahon, and Prank Caravette. Refreshments Czulcts introduce clams to faculty wives Crinrlirlzltcs For Queen Pete Voss Crowns Quccn 105 DRI LL COMPETITION The annual Drill Competition took place in the Academy gymnasium on Ianuary l3th. Larry Neill, Headquarters Company, took first place honors in the Best Drilled Freshman Competition. Tom Lelon, Headquarters Company, captured first place in the Best Drilled Cadet Competition. A squad from Headquarters Company under the direction ot Cadet Harry Darabaris won the Best Drilled Squad Competition. Q11-!i1':" 1-vp 5 jf:- Sccncs From Drill Compctitiim 3 MOTHERS' CLUB DANCE The 15th annual Mothers' Club Dance was held in the gym on Ianuary 30th. The ball featured a "Way Down Yonder" theme, a New Orleans setting. The gym was decorated to re- semble a French Quarter courtyard, replete with Wrought iron grillwork, flow- ers and vines, and old fash- ioned gas lamps. General chairman ot the dance was Mrs. Beamer Loomis. Her committee in- cluded Mrs. H. Anderson, Mrs. Marshall Pipin, Mrs. Peter Voss, Mrs. Edward lohnson, Mrs. Clarence lor- dan, Mrs. Henry Noorlag, Mrs. Ralph Walline, and Mrs. Frank Dina. Seems from Mothers' Club Dance 107 MILITARY BALL The Military Bail was sponsored by the cadet officers of the academy on March Sth. Music was furnished by Lane Emery and his Orchestra. The gym was decorated With sixty flags of member nations ot the United Nations. The Bail featured the traditional Arch of the Sabers, through which the cadet otticers passed with their dates. Dates Look Over Bids The ATC11 of SIILVCFS Cadet and Date Visit With Parents The Music VVZIS Wvmlrrful 108 Colmmz I: Bucinu lends Gi'en1ulicx's to win over Marmioon Lt. Huclsun QlCH1Ol'lStl'LlICb Drill cmiipetiturs are iunlgezl Lt. Hudson again Column 2: Seniors rclux Chess experts Waiters allways oblige Pzimnlc is on-1' Decorating for dance Mzxrmion Drill Team lflq Colzmzzz 1' Waiting to clancc Band performs at football gznne Recciving linc Slick chicks Column 2: Lct's sit this one out Whcrc to after dmc dance? Refreshment stand at Iunior Play Dino 110 CUIUIIIII 1: Rahke checks on 5011 grime lionurski hopes to miss gutter Mobiles in dining lizill February grruluzites celebrate Colzmzn 2: Footlnzill banquet scene Fathers present portable water carrier E0 school Hcrmarin strikes again Chapel services 111 COIIIHIII If Fathers examine rifle SCOYCS Homecoming clccorutions "Arsenic and Old Luce" clizwncters Drill competition Column 2: Loomis hits the books Excess duty Mothers' Dance Lct's impress thc Alumni 112 Calfmm l: Band I'CIlLXLll'SCS Rankx are :mnounced Gxrls F F XVz1llinc announces foot- ball procccchngs I'IZll'U111kIl and gang Another pronmtion Colzzmzz Z: Furcwull party for Cxlstullolms Food ! l May I sing a mlo, Sir? Lt. Anderson and chorus 113 fn 1 -1 'l 'N 'I i Y i- , ' I . I' I. v 1' Q c , 'L L w L. I ll i -it 1 ' f . 7. -qi" N A G 1 if RX 5, ' A Y f ' 1 ' C M N i 11 qv, i X -5, 11 v 1 M MURGAN PARK W W ""lIIl'lll+!Q6l yi WZ, 5 Ei B 1 if if 5 'a THE l0WER SCHOOL FACULTY MAIOR DOUGLAS RIPLEY, B.E., B.A. P1'1'I1c1,pr1l CAPTAIN ROLAND I. LONG, M.A. Conznmnzlazzt of Crzdclx Sixth Grade LIEUTENANT MYRON A. STEVENSON, B.S. Dean of Crzdeix Mzzlhcnialifs LIEUTENANT GERALD A. COZINE, M.S. Sixlh Grade QR LIEUTENANT CRAIG G. GUNTER, M.S. Hixfory, Cfzficf, Grorgmphy Sfvmzfh and Eighth Grade LIEUTENANT LEONARD C. LAMANSKI, MA Ph yfiml E ll' IILYZIIVOIZ S 5161155 LIEUTENANT HARRY D. OLDS, BS. Evllgllrill, Sriencc' I.lliU'l'I2NAN'I' EDMUNIJ I. KIESERG, B.A. Ifijflz Gmflc LIEUTENANT ROBERT ISORIJFNAVE, B. FD. Iffflh Gmzfr .'Ix.vixm111 lo Ihr Comzmznflfzul MRS. RUIE PRINDLE l"0m'!f1 Gmzfc' , .Ji ,, his 4VkkL , .mf . 1 . 1 W 5 4 Hozzxemolher WH? :gag MRS. 12I.1Z,xla1J1'1I f A ALICIC PANNFY, IRA. W, ' Erlllnllmlml ,fIrlj11.cln1f11l 1300111 - ..se,,.f,H: .M-,.:.. N1 ,- ----. EIGHTH GRADE ROBERT ALEXANDER Private Born lanuary 23, 1939. Entered MPMA September, 1950. Football 7, 8. Lightweight Basketball 7. Heavy- weight Basketball 8. Track 7, 8. Camera Club 7. Boy Scouts 7. L.S.A.C. 7, 8. BRUCE H. BARKER Private Born August 18, 1940 Entered MPMA September, 1952. Stamp Club 7. Glee Club 7, 8. Football 8. Track 8. Hobby Club 7. DONALD WALTER BERGE Private Born February 18, 1941. Entered MPMA September, 1952. Rifle Club 7. Glee Club 7, 8. Heavyweight Basketball 8. RICHARD ARTHUR BUSSE TfSergeant Born February 13, 1940. Entered MPMA September, 1953. Rifle Club 8. Chess Club 8. Glee Club 8. Heavyweight Basketball 8. Cadet Clarion 8. Honor Cord 8. ORLANDO RICHARD CARAVETTE Private Born April 17, 1940. Entered MPMA September, 1950. Football 4, 5, 5, 7, 8. Lightweight Basketball B, 7. Heavyweight Basketball 8. Track 5, 6, 7. Baseball 7, 8. L.S.A.C. 5, 8, 7, 8. Class Sgt.-at-Arms 8. Bas- ketball Captain 8. Lightweight Basketball Captain 7. Football Captain 8. BRUCE CARLSON P.F.C. Born August, 1940. Entered MPMA September, 1953. Rifle Club 8. Lightweight Basketball 8. IAMES A. CARLSON Private Born February 1, 1940. Entered MPMA September, 1951. Stamp Club 7, 8. Rifle Club 6, 7. Glee Club 8, 7. Football 8. Camera Club 7, 8. Hobby Club 6, 7. CHRIS PETER ELLIS Private Born April 10, 1941. Entered MPMA September, 1952. Rifle Club 7. Football 8. Track 7, 8. Boy Scouts 7. Cavalry 7. L.S.A.C. 8. EIGHTH GRADE IAMES LELAND GROVE lst Lieutenant Born May 6, 1941. Entered MPMA September, 1952. Stamp Club 7. Glee Club 7, 8. Cadet Clarion 8. Scholastic Medals. RONALD DAVID GRUE P.F.C. Born lune 26, 1939. Entered MPMA September, 1951. Stamp Club 7. Track 7, 8. Hobby Club 8. Cavalry 7. DONALD EUGENE HILLMAN P.F.C. Born November 20, 1939. Entered MPMA September, 1952. Rifle Club 7. Glee Club 7, 8. CHARLES FRANCIS HOUSKA Private Born lune 23, 1941. Entered MPMA September, 1949. Rifle Club 6. Glee Club 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. Football 6, 7. Baseball 8. Camera Club 6, 7. Hobby Club 6. Cav- alry 5, 6. L.S.A.C. 7, 8. DENNIS LEONARD KAFTAN Private Born December 23, 1941. Entered MPMA September, 1949. Glee Club 5, 6, 7. Track 8. Baseball 8. Hobby Club 6. Cavalry 6, 7, 8. THOMAS ANTHONY KAHOUN P.F.C. Born luly 5, 1939. Rifle Club 5. Football 4, 5, 6, 8. Heavyweight Basketball 8. Track 5, 6, 8. IOHN LEE MARCOUX Corporal Born March 12, 1941. Entered MPMA September, 1954. Football 8. Heavyweight 8. Cadet Clarion 8. Boy Scouts 8. L.S.A.C. 8. Honor Cord. KENNETH BRUCE MIDDLETON Private Born lune ll, 1940. Entered MPMA February, 1951. Stamp Club 8. Glee Club 7, 8. Heavyweight Bas- ketball 8. Track 8. EIGHTH GRADE IERRY ALLAN PAUL P.F.C. Born lanuary 26, 1942. Entered MPMA September, 1949. Stamp Club 7. Glee Club 7, 8. Lightweight Basketball 8. Track 7. Camera Club 7. Cadet Clarion 8. Hobby Club 7. DENNIS ROBERTS P.F.C. Born November 2, l939. Entered MPMA September, 1953. Rifle Club 8, Boy Scouts 8. MORGAN RODERICK 2nd Lieutenant Entered MPMA September, l95O. Rifle Club 5, 8. Cadet Clarion 5, 8. Hobby Club 5. Scholastic Medal 6. Scholastic Medal 7. GILBERT WAYNE ROSS Private Born April 20, 1940. Entered MPMA September, 1953. Glee Club 8. CURTIS E. SAFFRAN Private Born lanuary 2, l94O. Entered MPMA September, l949. Rifle Club 5, 6, 7, 8. Glee Club 4, 5. Football Manager 8. Lightweight Basketball Manager 8. Cadet Clarion 8. Hobby Club 5, 6. Cavalry 4, 5. L.S.A.C. 8. Class President 5, 6. Scholarship Medal B. TERRY TERRY SAPERSTEIN Private Born November l4, l94U. Entered MPMA September, l953. Glee Club 8. Track 8. Cadet Clarion 8. MICHAEL B. SAYERS Private Born lanuary 12, l94U. Entered MPMA November, l954. Glee Club 8. Track 8. Cavalry 8. BENIAMIN FRANKLIN SCHANKERMAN lst Sergeant Born October IU, l939. Entered MPMA September, 1952. Rifle Club 7, 8, Football 7, 8. Track 7. Boy Scouts 7. L.S.A.C. 8. EIGHTH GRADE GREGORY SEMMER Private Born February 14, 1940. Entered MPMA September, 1953. Boy Scouts 8. MICHAEL STRATTON P.F.C. Born October, 1938. Entered MPMA September, 1953. Rifle Club 8. Football 8. Heavyweight Basketball 8. Track 8, Baseball 8. Boy Scouts 8. Class Presi- dent 8. SANDER EDWARD SUNDBERG P.F.C. Born October 19, 1941. Entered MPMA September, 1952. Chess Club 8. Glee Club 7, 8. Football 7, 8. Camera Club 7. Cadet Clarion 7. Boy Scouts 8. Cub Scouts 7. l..S.A.C. 8. Scholastic Medal 7, 8. RONALD ELMER TETREV Corporal Born September 5, 1940. Entered MPMA September, 1948. Rifle Club 7, 8. Hobby Club 8. Cavalry 4, 5. EDWARD LYNN VanAKIN Private Born luly 3, 1939. Entered MPMA September, 1953. Cub Scout 8. RODNEY WOLCOTT WALSTRA Private Born February 2, 1940. Entered MPMA September, 1953. Track 8. Boy Scouts 8. Hobby Club 8, PEARSON F. WILLIAMS Corporal Born March 2, 1940. Entered MPMA September, 1953. Rifle Club 8, Football 8. Heavyweight Basketball 8, Track 8, Scholarship Medal 8. Honor Cord 8. DALE RICHARD WISEMAN P.F.C. Born November 18, 1939. Entered MPMA September, 1953. Rifle Club 8. Track 8. Cadet Clarion 8, ALFONSE FRANK WITT P.F.C. Born December 2, 1940, Entered MPMA September, 1952. Football 8. Lightweight Basketball 8. 1...S,A.C. 8. Honor Cord 8. NOT PICTURED EDWARD BLAKE CRUSH P.F.C. Born October 20, 1939. Entered MPMA October, 1952. Rifle Club 7, 8. Glee Club 8. Football 7, 8. Track 8. Camera Club 7. Cadet Clarion 8. L.S.A.C. 8. Most Valuable Football 8. Football Captain 8. ROBERT CHARLES EVANS P.F.C. Born December Z, 1938. Entered MPMA1anuary,l953. Rifle Club 7, 8. Stamp Club 7. Glee Club 8. Track 8. 'Wk Q 'Qi QM W-Q. WJ? 'E 'Wall A F ,sf in -J 9 'Q vis. 5 IWW? 'ZR SEVENTH GRADE Alnlrlclgc, Icflcry Amaclco, Ralph Berry, Dennis Brnunstcin, Lawrence Cameron, Bruce Canfield, Alan Connolly, lohn Day, Robert Guth, Iamcs Hoppu, Bruce lllughcy, Clmarlcs Icmzal, lack Iunkunc, Charlcs Kaplas, Michael Katz, liugcnc Mayer, Earls Moore, Paul Narnlclla, Allen Pirro, Charles Ranma, Louis Ritz-VVullu1', Ricllanl RI7SCl1l12l4Q'l'Il, Runalml Sl1run1. Ronald Simon, Inlxn Skmlnn, liclwarnl Sutllcrlin, llavinl Sway, Ricllarcl XValsl1. lames XVCQC, Iohn 123 SlXTH GRADE Apgar, Curtis Craig, Forrest Fenton, Thomas Frey, Iames Glescricr, Kenneth Greifhnhn, Thomas Hagan, Berry Heath, Iumes Iohnson, Daniel Iohnson, Frederick Iolinstwn, Bruce Karas, litlwarcl Klugmzin, Michael Luskoske, Iohn Lenzi, Danilo Loung, George Matyc, Eric McDermott, Floyd Medic, Ion Murdock, Thomas Oswiiltl, Inlin A. Pizinetto, Samuel Pricss, Kent Seuficltl, Michael Sonnenscheiu, Brian Soper, Mark Viano, Iack Wcstenberger, Richard Whittington, Robert Yonko, George 124 gif 492 F fm FIFTH GRADE Boone, Bruce BI'LlCChI'lCl', Bruce Carlson, Gary Coghiii, 101111 Davis, Anthony Dcivlct, Nicky Ebcrlc, Frank Fitzpatrick, Basil Gmsiigc, Howard Kolodzici, Iolin Kmviilmki, Thomas Pulinaticr, Wfilliam Suiiiiiclsoii, Ieffcry Schmidt, Erik Shimonck, Michricl Swuiimn, Thomas XVeyci'strahs, XVilliz1m Young, Dennis Zwiilnl, Ronald FOURTH l GRADE Bcllllus, Illllll Bryant, Philip Connelly, Tllonms lJcSl1incnc, lack l3uWoll'c, Donald Fenton, Thrnnns Glickuuf, Pctcr Hartman, Glenn PILISPLIS, Nicky lon Lilliu. Lcrmzxrcl Morse, Clulrlcs Mnrsc, I-lcnry Mays, Tlmmas Mayes, Artic Rcgcnoviclm, Miclm Risk, Stanley Roesslcr. Eclwzml Schnciclcr, Robert el 'fuk Mm QWQYQ, NLEW S C O M M I S S I 0 N E I H 5z1.fT1':111, Znci LiL'LIICD2HIlgLROIIZIILI SllI'!L1l'I1T2IlCl Licntcnl OFFICERS L fo fx Ist Lnuunjnt Thomxs Murdmk fl1lI3il1 Cultis ant Morgan Rmlcxuck, lst Llcutcnamt james Grove. N O N - Row 1: Iunkunc, Sonncnschcin, Glescncr, Palnmticr, Loung, McDermott. Row 2: Berry, Simon, Johnson U., Amadcrx, Canfield, Amaclio. C S Ram 3: Swoy, Hoppe, Bussc, Tctrev, Shankcrmun, Murcoux, Katz, Al- dridgc. G L E E Kon' Now Kam C L U B Rom Huglicy, Grove, Lt. Anderson, Iunliunc, Paul. Amuclio, XVnlsh, BLll'kC1', Swoy, Sapcrstein, Moors. Amiulco, llmiskzl, Sliomlon, Runo, Bcrgc, Slirum, Hoppc, Minlcllcton livzim, Crush, Vliilstrzi, Cameron, Hillman, Bussc, SQIYCFS. Raw 1: Mcllcrmott, Sonnenacliuin, Nimlallu, Lt. Gunter, Fenlon T. Apgar, Vixlno. 1Cow2: Iunkunc, Piunelto, Suffiziii, Simon, Anmcleo, Roberts, Iolinston, Hcitli Ir-hnson F Kurds . , . , . . Q B Rom 3: XViscmun, Hopvc, Swoy, Evans, VVilliums, Tctrev Crush, Bussc, l Q Bcrge, Shrum. R0uf1'Vi1no Ebsrle XVhittington Lt Covine Doxle Morwc H. ' - 1 1 J x - ' A s ,' 9 - C L Row 2: Schmidt, Kaftan, Bruechncr, Pianctto, Aagar, Sowcr l I - Row 3: KIUgI111lll, Yonko, Katz, Cameron, Sayers, Frey, Wcgc, Kogan C R N O N Row I: Paul, Grove, Sapcrsrcin. STAFF Row 2: Roderick, Crush, Wrscman. ART I Row I: ohnson F., Karas, Iohnson D., Lt. Licscrg, Berry, Swenson. Row 2: Glesencr, Weyerstrnhs, Rocssler, Boone, Zwulnl, Young, Palmntipr Woods. C B Row 3: DcWVolfc, Apgar, Gossagc, Pirro, Katz, Shimonck, Rolfe. HOBBY CLUB Row Row Row Row I: Mchling, Fenton M., Mcllcrmott, Captain Long, DGMCK, Mntyc Z: Lillie, ........,,,,,,,,, Bryant, Hartman, Mchling Robt., ,,,,........ .. Beilfus. 3: Carlson C., Connelly T., Oswald, Loung, Medic, Samuelson Mays, Craig, Ebcrlc, Michaclsou. 4: Kolodzicj, Heath, Bruechner, Pricss, Westcnbcrgcr, Wilber, Tctrcv Kogan, Klugmnn, Scofield, Iohnson F., Coghill. 8th GRADE PLATOON Row Row Row Row 1: Snffrun, Paul, Scmmcr, Szlpcrstein, Sundbcrg, Kaftan, Grove. Alexander, Witt, Middlcton, Roderick, Bergc, Wiseman, I'IOLl5l-ill, Barker, Carlson H., Cariivctte. 3' Evans, Vun Aken, Sayers, Bussc, Crush, Mzircoux, Carlson I., Roberts. Ellis, YVilliums, Stratton, ml1llSIFZl, Grue, Ross, Slmnkcrman, Kzllioun, Hillman, Tetrcv. 7th GRADE PLATOON Raw Row Row Row Nnrdclln, Hughcy, Barry, Iunkunc, Doyle. VValsh, Moore, Amzidio, Guth, Braunstcin, Simon, Canfield. Icrozul, Hoppe, Ritz-Woller, Kirby, Connelly, Wage, Runo, Swoy. Aldridge, Shrum, Skodon, Pirro, Cameron, Day, Roscnhagen, Katz, Sulhcrlin, Amadrzo. 6th GRADE PLATOON Row Row Row Row I: Axel, Matye, Craig, Koch, McDermott, Vinno. 2: Whittington, Benjamin, Soper, Westenbcrgcr, Karas, Murdock, Lou ng, Mehling, Oswald. 3: Apgar, Medic, Krupinski, Glescncr, Pricss, Israel, Solana, Iohnson F., Scofield, Sonnenschein. -1: Fenton T., Pinnctto, Hcnth, Iohnston, Iohnson IJ., Lenzi, Yonko, Frey, Lnskoskc, Wilbcr, Klugnmn, Hagan. 5th GRADE PLATOON Raw Roux Row Row I: Woods, DeMct, Schmidt, Ebcrlc. 2: Zxvalcl, Wcycrstrahs, Coghill, Carlson G., Young. 3: Boone, Davis, Palnmticr, Samuelson, Prokop, Koloclzicj, Mar- hocfer. 4: Swenson, Kowalski, Shimonck, Kogan, Fitzpatrick, Gossagc, Brucchncr. , G R A D E Row I: Lillie, Mehling Robt., Bcilfus, Fenton M. Row 2: Hartman, DcShincoc, Nauss, Glickzluf, Connelly T., Schneider. Row 3: Michaclson, Morse H., DeWolf, Roesslcr, I-Iaspns, Regenovich, P N Morse C. Row 4: Hcnclcrson, Mays T., Klamzi, Bright, Rolfe, Risk, Bryant, Bowman. Row 1: Paul, Nardcllzi, Lt. Lemzinslii, Brzlunstcin, Sonncnschcin. B A S K B A L L Row 2: Snffran, 'XVitt, Middleton, Gutli, Alexamlcr, Lcnzi. Row 3: Curavette, Aldridge, Bergc, Mzircoux, Stratton, Kahoun, Williams, Busse, Carlson B., Ierozul. FOOTBALL Captain ,....,,.A,...., Most Valuable ,a..,a, Coaches ...,...,.... Managers ....... R010 I: Amuclio, Sl1Illll7L'l'g, Alcxzmclcr, Icrozzll, Kzlplus, Alclrirlgc, Cara vcttc, Braunstvin, Witt, Suflram. Razz' 2: Lt, Olds, Lcnzi, lviurloux, Carlson, Ellis, Knh kcrmzln, Crush, XVilliams, Lt. Lcmanski. nun, Pirro, Schan .L.r,.,.CRUSH Lower School l3 ...........,.CRUSl-l Lower School U Lt. LEMANSKl Lower School ....,,, O Lt' OLDS lunior M. A. ....., U lunior M. A. U Glenwood ..L.... ,..... l 3 Harvard .,.., ,,,,.. l 2 was WW 1 3 Wm 'iii is -4 If Rf A nm-an una was us. can an can an new was uw ww an mu me -dmmwxlt W Vg--7... Q 'f""'H"IPiiww-Hsu-Q S 3 -. Q15 YQ 5 W! ,,A.W.x mf '- MWA ,aww wmv Wm 0 ,, W 75 M N. QEBIIISIISIII s E Ha -A me 'we 5' ' V' IQ: QI mm? i am www? ummm. Wm' wk vm fm WN? 7 .4 2 yt WW' W-4 2 35-ku IP, ::," x V 54 29 1 E Aitchison. Ronald . Aldridge, Jeffrey .. Alexander, Robert . Aniadeo, Ralph Aniadio, Dominic . Anderson, DeWayne Apgar, Curtis ..... Avard, John ...... Avard, Stephen . Axel, Michael .. Bacino, John .. Baffa, Thomas .. Barker, Bruce .. Bastis, Francis . Bates, Harry .... Bauer, Richard . Bauer, Richard . llearce, Larned . Boil, George . .. Beilfus, John ..... Bellek, Donald .... Benjamin, Bernard Benson, Larry .... Ber5.g'e, Donald .. Berger, Ronald . Berman, Alan ... Berry, Dennis ..... Bertash, Matthew . Beshir, Alton .... Best, Anthony .... Bingxen, Joseph Bineen, Raymond . Blackmore, Chares Bohncn, Robert . .. Boone, Bruce . .. Bowden, James . Bowden, Jerry .... Bowman, John liraunstein, S. Lawrence Bright, 'Richard Brown, Barry ..... Bruechner. Bruce . Bryant, Philip .... lkusse, Richard . Cairo, Peter ...... Cameron, li, Bruce Campo, Joel ..... . Cantield, Alan .... anfield, Arthur ., Carlson, Bruce .. Carlson, Gary . . . Carlson, James aravette, Frank . Caravette, Orlando Cassidy, Dennis Cawlhon, Jesse .... Cinotto, Gary .. Cistzlro, Robert . Clair, Randall ,. Clark, Robert . . . Clasen, XVilbert ., Cochrane, David . . . Coghill, John ..... Connelly, Thomas . Connolly. .John Cooper, Peter Craig, Forrest Craske. Robert .. Crush, Ned .... cw fa Dahl, Jack ...... Darabaris, Harry .. Davis, Anthony . .. Davis. Donald .... DeGeorgc, Vincent . Dernet, Peter ...... Deshincoe, Jack . . . DeWolf, Donald . , . Diamond, Dale ... Dietz, Jack ....... Dina, Richard .... DiPa.olo. Lawrence Donnelly, Brian . .. Doyle, Raymond .. DIRECTORY TR. 4-0017 HI. 5-15668 PR. 9-0924 SP. 7-4574 TO. 2-6908 BE. 8-1842 GA. 4-2647 BE. S-7468 BE. S-7468 SU. 4-5756 TO. 2-6811 GR. 6-0214 SA. 1-5505 YA. 7-S782 BE. S-0447 CE, 3-5505 FU. 5-S014 HI. 5-8828 HI. 5-4303 Palos Park CO. 4-7353 SH. 3-6769 FE. 4-7691 TR. 4-6492 Yellowstone 2-5480 Gary 5-3006 VI. 7-7698 BE. BIC. C191 CE. HI. iiigiiv 8-0314 8-9310 3-0850 3-0x50 5-3741 Vkfilniette 2084 .. HI. 5-3741 Kankakee 2-6375 . Kankakee 2-6375 . FI' 7-1170 VN. 3-S519 Gary 4-6445 .. UP. S-6815 Batavia. 1578 . . ' 140 ST. Gary 4-9473 .. BE. PU. SK. HI. HI. HIT. HU. I-II. FI . FI' iva TI' 3-0 S-4571 5-4564 4-5250 5-24315 5-3315 3-6618 3-6618 5-6665 5-5555 5-5555 S-7327 u. 3-S285 PO. 7-2153 FU. 5-7466 BIG. S-3312 3811 ...... SA. 1-2561 ES, S-7429 HIC. 4-8070 44845 ..... VE. 9-2263 S03-NV-1 .. HI. BE. FA. PU. WA. DE. OO. SP. MI. SO. IR. DE. LA. WA. 5-7366 S-0616 4-9271 5-9631 8-5197 7-0584 4-0469 7-6743 3-2904 8-6586 8-0743 7-3242 G-1728 S-3670 . .601 83rd St. .. 10910 Prospect Ave. 10431 Albany Ave. 4041 Kolinar Ave. H739 lforsythe Ave., Calumet City, Ill. 10218 Oakley Ave. .. 9803 Moody, Oak Lawn, Ill. ........... 9652 Seeley Ave. .......... 9652 Seeley Ave. , . . .... 2700 Sununerdale Ave. ...14 - 163rd St., Calumet City, Ill. ........... 6639 S. Oakley Ave. .. ......... 7332 lluella Ave. .. 3327 S. Halsted St. 1709 VV. 104th St. 10226 Oakley,-ive. . 2342 XV. 121st Place, Blue Island, Ill. 9606 Hoyne Ave. 11765 Bell Ave. . 11931, - 74th Ave., Palos Heights, Ill. 11143 S.Pcoria.St. . .............. 7454 N. Seeley Ave. .. 100 Osceola Drive, Pontiac, Mich. . ...,............ S841 S. Union Ave. . 1732 S. Taylor Road, Cleveland, Ohio ,........ 761 Cleveland St., Gary, Ind. S800 S. Vklabash Ave. ,........ 10535 Seeley Ave. . . 11059 Hoyne Ave. 932 George St. .. 9136 Bell Ave. 9136 Bell Ave. 10551 Hale Ave. . .. 729 I-Iarvard St., VVi11nette, Ill. 10895 Prospect Ave. .. .262 S. Greenwood Ave., Kankakee, Ill. .. .262 S. Greenwood Ave., Kankakee, Ill. 12910 Greenwood Ave., Blue Island, Ill. . 17394 Vifildeniere Ave., Detroit, NIicl1, . . . . . . . . 4204 Jefferson St., Gary, Ind, 2608 W. Ainslie Ave. . . ., 315 Elin St., Batavia, Ill. . 7610 S. Eggleston Ave. .. 4722 Grant. St., Gary, Ind. ................ 9640 'Hamilton Ave. 12154 Eggleston Ave. 220th and Richton Road, Richton Park, Ill. 11416 OakleyAve. . . 11416 Oakley Ave. ....... 6S31S.May 6831 S. Mziy ...... . . . . . . . .. 10423 Artesian Ave. .. 2260 Florence Ave., Blue Island, Ill. 2260 Florence Ave., Blue Island, Ill. 135 VV. 109th l'la.Ce , ....... 47 Erskine, Detroit, Nlieh. 5543 YV. 64th Place .. 2347 W. 120th St., Blue Island, Ill. ............ 10909 Longwood Drive .. 212 Maumee St., Jonesville, Mich. ............... S543 Bennett Ave. 5320CrystalSt. 6536 VVhipple Ave. . 2949 Lake Shore Dr., Long Beach, lVIichi,e:an City, Ind. 12197 Duchess Ave., Detroit, Mich. Box 200, R.F.QD. No. 1, Naperville, Ill. 10521 llongwood Drive 2130 VV.107th St. . .. 1148 E. 73rd St. ...,. 10130 Calumet Ave. 11422 South Park Ave. .. 232 E. Pearson St. .. . 10812 S. Parnell Ave. .. 3716 N, Kedvale Ave. 1606 E. 50th Place ... 11721 Burley Ave. ........ . 3420 W. Foster Ave. 207 E. Chestnut St. 16030 Madelein, Detroit, Mich. ........ 10233 South Park Ave. WA 5-1991 .................. 2800 W. 84th St. BE. 8-1886 .. ......,......... 1865 W. 10Sth Place Walnut 1532 .. 16 Shorncliffe Ave., Westriiount, Ill. Drennan, John ... Dudley, Robert . . . Duza, Walter Eagan, Vernon . . . Eberle, Frank ..... Egohian, Nicholas . Eigelberner, Stanley . . . . . Elliott, Clinton :., Elliott,Roger ...... Ellis. Christ .. . .. Evans, Ro'be1't .. Farr, Kenneth .. Faure, George Felsen, Herbert .. Fenton, James .. Fenton, 'Thomas . Ferris. Niichael .. Fischer. Charles .. Fisher, Ronald .... Fishman, Michael . Fishman, Thomas . Fitzgerald, John .. Fitzpatrick. Basil . Foerster, Robert .. Folz, VVillian1 .... Frank, John Frazin, Joseph .. Freed, Robert ..... Freeman, Robert .. French, Robert .. Frey, James .... Fricke, YValter .. Frigo, Angelo . . . Fry, Kent .... Gable, James .... Gagnon, Norman .. Gallagher. Edward Gardner. Norman . Gauger, Earl ...... Gear, Donn ,... . Gear, Harry .... Gest, Joseph ...... Gialamas, George . Gilbert, Alfred .... Glesener, liennt-th . Glickauf. Peter Golk, Gerald ....., Goss, James .,.... Gregoire, Charles ...... . . . Greifhahn. Thomas Grice, Stephen Grove. James . . . . Grue, Ronald ..... Grundstrom, Allen ... ... Guth, James ..... . Hagan, Barry ....... . . . Hamilton, S. XVard Hansen, Arthur Hansen. Milton .. Harris, Fernly .... Harrison, XVillam . . Hart, Charles ..,.. Hartman, Robert . Hartmann. Glenn . Haspas. Nicky .... Heath, James ..... .. .... Heath, J. Howard . . . . . . . Henderson, Gilbert. Hendricks, Gordon Hepler, Cloyse Hermann, Frank . Herriott, Paul Herriott, Vvilliam . Hier, Richard .... Hillman, Donald H Hodonos, Philip .. Holden, Ford Holland, Ned Hoover, Pierre .. Hoppe, Bruce .... Hoss, Kenneth .... Houska. Charles .. Hughey, Charles .. Iannone, Samuel .. Ingrish, Frank . . . BE. 8-6470 .. FU. 8-2553 .. WA. 5-2623 .. 047-M ....... BE. S-1017 .. HI. 5-4733 VI. 6-2783 .. CE. 3-2514 ... WA. 5-0083 .. l.O. 1-2133 . .. LaGrange 2 705 CE. 3-5506 .... GR. 7-1824 ..,.. Wiltnette 4136 .. Wilmette 4136 . . NTI. 3-0230 .... ES. 5-6261 HV. 3-3384 .. VVA. 2-7263 .. WA.. 2-7263 .. CE. 3-4370 .. PR. 6-0017 .. CE. 3-0291 HI. 5-1952 CE. 3-4681 GR. 6-1356 .. HI. 5-5880 .,.. WH. 4-4542 RE. 8-9398 .... Flagstone 2-8636 CE. 3-1380 ....... PU. 5-7668 .. w l+'L'. 8-2213 HU. 5600 A13. 4-7761 .. LA. 3-2882 . . UE. 3-8680 . . . ME. 7-0067 . . 13171. 8-2560 . . 1312. 8-2560 .. HE. 4-0036 . . VVA. 5-5438 . . 027 .......... Hfl. 5-8916 ... RE. 8-0032 . GA. 4-2230 .,.. RA.-3-1631 .... 21X'l' ...... RO. 1-0661 . . PA. 5-8704 .. CE. 3-5403 CE. 3-6750 ... CA. 7-7302 Pu. 5-5360 .. 3741 ...... PR. 0-0960 .. CE. 3-2360 ME. 7-8800 .. PL. 2-S656 HU. 8-2945 .. ISA. 1-5150 .. CE. 3-5301 ... HE. 4-8681 .. RE. S-7003 .. 5-1710 ....... PLT. 5-4815 CE. 3-1480 1332 ....... HI. 5-5621 . ISE. 5-2061 .. 13191. 8-7408 .. FA. 4-3850 .. UE. 3-8360 .. DR. 1-0074 . . 510515-W ....... RUssell 8231 . . l.I. 4-3402 . .. 13171. S-5839 ... 27455 ...... RE. 8-5327 .. HI. 5-9234 . .. PO. 7-4252 .. 5-1358 ........ OLympic 2-0272 BE. 8-6366 .... . S056 Bell Ave., Montreal, Quebec, Can. 2265 Collins Ave., Blue Island, Ill. . . . . . . . 148 Paw Paw, Lawrence, Mich. ..... . . . . . . .. 6222 S. Carpenter St. .. . 1620 Cleveland Ave., Whiting, Ind. 2057 W. 95th St. . . . . . . .. 11636 Central Park Ave. . 7059 Sangamon Ave. ...... 0431 Racine Ave. 6212 S. Whipple St. 1062 RrynMawr Ave. 428 Homestead Ave., LaGrange Park, Ill. 11348 Lothair Ave. 601 DemingPlace 800 Laramie Ave., Vkfilmette, Ill. S00 Laramie Ave., Wilmette, Ill. .......... 7022 Stony Island Ave. . . . . 7130 S. Yates A.ve. 6748 S. Yale Ave. 400 S. State St. .. 400 S. State St. .. 10550 Hale Ave. .. 7330 Fairfield Ave. ...... 10812 S. Drake Ave. ......... 10106 Oakley Ave. .. 11143 S. Maplewood Ave. ...... 6600 s. Albany Ave. 2335 VV. 107th Place 215 E. Chestnut St. ...,.......... 10903 Longwood 'Drive 7310 Bridge Lane, Milwaukee, Wis. 10920 Oakley Ave. ............. 10222 Eberhart Ave. .. 2437 XV. High St., Blue Island, Ill. .. . 4560 Park Ave., Indianapolis, Ind. 625 W.73rd St.. .... 4404 S. Spaulding- ..... 2518 NV. 107th Sl. .. 1730 N. Moody Ave, . . . 10636 Seeley Ave. . . . . 10636 Seeley Ave. 6421 S. 'Valman ................ 6152 S. Rockwell Ave. 707 Clover St., NVinston-Salem, N. V. 11526 13011 Ave. 11820 13011 Ave. . 0001 S. Cicero Ave., Oak Lawn, Ill. ... ...... ,....,... 17:47 W. 77th st. .. 603 S. linima Y'tJii'ist0pher, Ill. 2440Coyle Ave. ..........3415 N. Normandy Ave. 2515 VV. 100th Place . . 2160 VV. 112th St. ,.......... 2514 N. Sawyer Ave. 10127 Rhodes Ave. 230 S. Prairie Ave., Batavia, Ill. ....... 11338 Fairfield Ave. ........ 10412 S. Oakley Ave. .. 7171 VV. Bloomingdale Ave. 818 E. 58th St. .. S222 Maryland Ave. . . . .8142 Harper Ave. 0732 Hoyne Ave. 6407 Artesian Ave. 10106 T,eavitt'St. .. 027 S. WVashington. Lansing, Mich. 11312 Lowe Ave. ........... 0057 Winchester Ave. .. 14240 School St., Riverdale, '1ll. 10455 Rell Ave. .. 3450 Wrightwood Ave. 0047 Hamilton Ave. ............. 6400 University Ave. 0300 Tlamen Ave. ...11800 Evanston Ave., Uetroit, Mich. ........ 506 S. Broad St., Griffith, Ind. .. 6720 Hohman Ave., Hammond, Ind. 1025 S. 24th Ave., Bellwood, Ill. 10414 Church St. . . . . 400 Sherman St., Joliet, Ill. 10112 Carpenter St. 0321 Bishop St. 5857 Kildare Ave. .. 4310 Cottage Ave., Mishawaka, Ind. 3130 S. 52nd Ave., Cicero, Ill. 8833 Leavitt St. 9 Inman. John Israel, Gerald .. Jatfe, Gonzalo .. James, Douglas .. Jerabek, Edward .. Jerozal, Jack Joehnk, Jerry .... Johnson,Danie1 .. . Johnson, Edward Johnson, Frederick . . . . . . Johnston, Bruce . . . Junkunc, Charles Jurka, Thomas .... Kaftan, Dennis . . . Kahoun, Ira ...... Kahoun, Thomas .... . .. Kaninierer. Donald Kaplas, Michael .. Karas. Edward Kasotakis, Toniniy Katz. Eugene ..... Kekstadt, Harold . . Kennedy. Jay .... Kiefer, Robert Kioutas. Steve .. Kirby. Dennis .. Klama, Victor . . . Klaus. Wlalter . . . Klein, Harry ..,. Klein, Mark ......, Klugman. Michael . .. . . . Kocalis. Anthony .. Koch, Roy ....... Kogan, Robert . Kolalis. Robert Kolodziej, John ..... ... Konarski, Richard Kontos, Anthony .. Kowalski. Thomas . . . . . . Krause. David .... Krebser, Robert .. Krivsky. George . . . Krueger, Herbert Krupinski, Joseph Krysti, Guy ...... Lang, Henry .. Larson. John Laskoske. John .. Lasson. John .,.. Lelon, Thomas . . . Lenzi, Danilo . .. Levine. Jay .,... Lewis, S. Keith . .. Lillie. Leonard .... Lindholin. David .. Lipe, Peter ..,... Loomis. Ronald .. Lorenzen, Robert . . Loung. George ..... MacDonald, Ronald Mac-Kinim, Alexander . . . . . Madsen, Edward ..... . . . Mahon, George . .. Halysa. Philip Manelli, Philip . .. Maroon, John . . . Marcoux, John ...... . . . M'arhoefer, Allen ...... . . . Markiewicz, Kenn eth Martin, L. Stanbridge , . . .. Nlartinee. Leonard . . . . . . Marzullo, Thomas . . Mateer, John ...... Mathews, 1Villian1 . lvfathisen, Christie . .. . . . Nlatye. Erie ...... Mayes, Artie ..... Mays. Thomas .,.. NIeArthur, James . . McCauley, James .... McClellan. VVilliam . .. McDermott, Floyd . . . . . . McGuire. Donald .. McGuire, Robert .. Mc-Guire, Ronald .. Medic, Jon ...... Mehling, Robert .. w 1 2175 ....... SA. 1-5444 FR. 6-4329 .. LI. 9-8199 PO. 7-8110 .. GA. 2-7964 .. CIC. 3-5751 .. GR. 5-6976 .. CE. 3-2592 .. VVA. 4-4696 .. 89-F-3 ...... 11113. 8-6062 .. BE. 7-1756 .. 1-IE. 4-0090 .. PU. 5-2603 .. PU. 5-2603 .. LO. 4-3557 RE. 7-8237 .. GA. 2-6078 .. RFI. 7-S302 ,,... VVA. 1-2300 ....,. HI. 5-5453 ........ Palos Park 566-J HI. 5-5307 ....... EA. 7-1106 .. CE. 3-5256 .. CE. 3-8300 .. 2-2715 ..... BE. 8-7925 .. 1432 ........ BR. 4-4764 .. ST. 8-1978 'HIL 9-3816 .. HI. 5-3731 .... Russell 3446 .. IKE. 5-7980 .. TEE. S-2120 .. SA. 1-5896 121. 7-3603 HI. 5-4736 HI. 5-0479 .. FO. 9-6541 .. HIT. 3-9147 .. RE. 8-9626 .. HI. 5-5038 . 87-353 ...., 2-5221 ..... BE. 8-5325 .. CE. 3-1320 .. VI. 7-7659 RA. 3-5429 ,. 24 ......... TR. 4-8486 .. CO. 4-5767 .. RA. 3-5374 .. CE. 3-4804 .. CO. 4-6719 .. BE. 8-0254 .. BE. 8-1771 .. RA. 3-8030 .. CE. 3-3209 .. FU. 5-5896 .. OA. 4-7049 .. CO. 4-2098 .. 4543 ....... 6-3210 ..... 946 ......... TR. 4-3906 .. RI. 7-7933 BE. 8-4682 .. 'HL 5-2469 .... I-Tie , CI. 7-2289 'H'Il. 6-6949 .. WIC. 6-2188 SA. 1-4416 CE. 3-7639 .. HE. 4-5230 .. RE. 8-0360 .. 3670 ....... RE. 4-1531 .. BE. 8-1198 .. RE. 4-1531 .. RE. 4-8066 .. GA. 4-3853 .. . . 101 E. Park St., Spencer. Iowa ......... . . . 7600 Oglesby Ave. .. 3755 S. Racine Ave. . .................. 1114 W. Altgeld St. 6500 S. Koniensky Ave. . 9404 Hohnian Ave., Evergreen Park. Ill. 10516 S. Bell Ave. . . . .. 2115 Greenwood St., Evanston, Ill. ............ 10919 Longwood ,Drive 5115 S, Lowe Ave. . . . . Stockbridge, Mich. . 10870 Prospect Ave. .. 3007 N. Mango Ave. . 7224 Mozart St. ... 9657 Indiana Ave. .... 9657 Indiana Ave. ... ... ........ 10443 Indiana Ave. S. Paulina St. .. 3325 VV. 97th St.. Evergreen Park, Ill. 6118 S. '1'roySt. 3456 1Vestbury. Shaker Heights, Ohio . ................. 9730 VVinston Ave. . . 12032 S. 71st Ave., Palos Heights, Ill. 10601 Oakley Ave. 2466 Lincoln Ave. 9532 Lowe Ave. 736 S. Laxvndale Ave.. Evergreen Park, Ill. . . . . 8458 Mohawk Court, Montague, Mich. S43 WO11'1'RIU 1409 W. 103rd St. .. 700 Eden Park Drive. Rantoul, Ill. 2212 Highland Ave. . . .. 3720 Home Ave., Berwyn, Ill. . . . . . 3816 VV. VVrightxvOod Ave. ........,... 9001 S. Western Ave. 1115 164th Pl.. Haniniond, Ind. ....... 1413 N. Springfield Ave. .......... .9404 Hamilton Ave. 2807 TC. 06111 St. .. 2642 S, Sacramento Ave. ........ 11000 Trumbull Ave. ............ 10827 Hoyne Ave. .. 1205 lvlonroe, River Forest, Ill. .... . . . . . .. S137 Langley Ave. .. . 10615 Campbell Ave. 10000 'Hoyne Ave, Iusepin Carppito, Monagas. Venezuela, S.A. 2511 NVa'baSh St.. Michigan City, Ind. 11443 Oakley Ave. ............ 10634 Clarenionut Ave. 2325T,0av1ttSt. 8015 Princeton Ave. . 235 Michigan St.. Elmhurst, Ill. . . . . . . . 8055 St. Lawrence Ave. ......... 10053 Calumet Ave. 8347 Langley Ave. 9841 S. Bell Ave. ...... 10147 Rhodes Ave, .. 10215 S. Western Ave. .... 9118 Danien Ave. 9006 Hoyne Ave. S956 S. Wallace St. 2160 VV. 112th St. . . 13140 Francisco Ave., Blue Island, Ill. 4412 Drexel Blvd. 10006 Forest Ave. . . . . . . Valley Creek Farm, Mokena., Ill. ........... 155 Birch St., Winnetka, Ill. .. 4946 Melville Ave., East Chicago. Ind. 8142 Indiana.Ave. 2317 'Kedzie Ave. 9601 I,ongw00dDrive 10174 Seeley Ave. korv 0855 . . 6207 N. Pennsylvania Ave., Indianapolis, Ind. 3816 N. Eraneisco Ave. 2706 WV. Division St. ..... 222 W. 64111 St. .. 1629 E. 86th Place .. 9901 Oakley Ave. 2752 W. 83rd St. 10405 Seeley Ave. . 21.0 Lockerbie Lane, Wilmette, Ill. 8233 Chappel Ave. 9735 S. Prosnect ....... 8233 Chappel Ave. ....... 9606 VVooc1la.wn Ave. . . 8145 Central. Oak Lawn, Ill. Mehling, Ronald Metsker, Robert .. Meyer, Karle ...... Michaelson, Carl Middleton, Kenneth Milavetz, Richard .. Milonas, Demetrios . Moore, Paul ....... Morse, Charles . .. Morse, Henry Moss. James ..... Murdock, Thomas .. Nakamura. Harold . Nardella, Allan .... Naudin. Edward .. Nauss, George .. Neill, Arthur . .. Neill, Laurence .. Nenieth, John ...... Nieburger. Robert .. Noonan, Patrick Noorlag, Kent Novak, Donald .. Novak, Richard .. O'Leary. Vkfilliam . .. Osborn, Harold .. Oswald, John .... Pzilmatier, VVillia1n . Paloucek, James Papko, Fred ..... Pappas, George .. Pappas, James .. Paul, James . .. Paul. Terry ..... Peterson, John .. Peterson, Roger . Pianelto, Samuel .. . Pinkonsly, Robert . Pipin, Frederick .... Pirro, Charles Porter, Oliver . . . Preuss, William .. Priess, Kent ..... Prokop, Joseph .. Rabishaw, James .. Rahke, Ronald ... Rano, Louis ,.... Reck, Donald ...... Regan, Raymond .... .... Regenovich, Michael Rhoads, Bruce ..... Riggs, Ronald ..... Risk, Stanley ...... Ritz-Wollor, Richard . .. . . . . Roberts, Charles Roberts, Dennis .. . Robinson, Burton . . . Roderick, Morgan .. Roesner, Calvin .... Roessler, Edward .. Rolfe, Kenneth .... Roman, Conrad .... Rosenhagen, Ronald Rosi, Philip ........ .... Rosi, Tomlin ...... Ross, Gilbert ..... Rusgis, Vvarren .. Sadran, Curtis ..... Samuelson, Jeffery . Samuelson, XVester . Saperstein, Gerald .. Sayers, Michael .... Scaman, William . . . Scheuncnian. John .. Schick, Frederick .. Schlee. 'Phomas .... Schlossman, Nlartin . Schmidt, Erik ..... Schneider, Robert .. Schreiner, Russell .. Schwab, Melville . . . Scofield, Michael Scruggs. Charles See. Glenn ....... Selva, Andrew . . . Semmer, Gregory .. GA. PU. 3272 4-3853 5-6657 ... ........ 8145 Central. Oak Lawn, Ill. . . . .....,.................. 11117 Emerald Ave. .. . . . . . ..... . . . . .. 123 N. Washington St., Hinsdale, Ill. l 1112 ......... .. 159th and Gauger Rd., R.F.D. 2, Lockport, Ill. BE. 8-8976 ... ......................... 8964 Pleasant Ave. PL. 2-2400 . .. ..................... 1360 Hyde Park Blvd. BA. 1-2440 ........ 7613 East End Ave. ES. 8-1584 .. ....... 5018 W. Maypole Ave. 67093 ..... .. 621 Ellndale, Holland, Mich. 67093 ..... .. 621 Elmdale, Holland, Mich. BE. 8-3282 . ............ 10552 Seeley Ave. 172-L ...... .. 715 Bluff St., Monticello, Ind. LO. 1-4020 ............,... 831 VVilson Ave. 2-3811 ...... ......... 2 30 Union St., Joliet, Ill. 5-5644 ...... .. 3600 McKinley Ave., El Paso, Tex. BE, 8-1278 . .. ................ 8615 Ashland Ave. CE. 3-7185 .............. 2511 W. 114th St. RO. 3-2116 .. ... 6618 W. Lightfoot: Ave. HI. 5-4395 .. ................ 11365 Bell Ave. SO. 8-4060 .... ............... 7 820 Ridgeland Ave. Forest 9-0037 . . .. 1303 Jackson St., River Forest, Ill. TR. 4-1465 ............... 7537 Carpenter St. CO. 4-5791 ... .............. 9703 Indiana Ave. CO. 4-5791 .... ....... ........ 9 7 03 Indiana Ave. Palos Park 1485 .. .. 12332 S. 72nd Ct.. Palos Heights, 'Ill. RE. 7-6246 ..... .......... . . 6241 S. Blarshfleld Ave. RA. 3-0011 .... ....... ............ S 5 33 Slate Sl. RE. 8-5812 ..... ................ 1 1516 Oakley Ave. GU. 4-1086 ...,... .... 1 525 Ridgeland Ave., Berwyn, Ill. Palos Park 1448 .. 12333 S. 60th Ave., Palos Park, Ill. RA. 3-2042 ..... ..................... 7 931 S. Lafiin RA. 3-2042 .... .......... .......... 7 5 131 S. Lallin PO. 7-5705 PP. 5-3210 BE. 8-9180 CE. 3-5445 5432 S. Tripp Ave. ... .. 101,41 Calumet Ave. . 2253 XV. 110th Place . 2310 VV. 107th Place BI. 8-0160 .. .... 3114 N. Sheffield HU. 0-2505 ... .......................... 2322 N. Spaulding' CE. 3-3372 ......................... 1638 W. 105th Place 2145-R ..... .. 5809 Lyman Ave., Box 211, Downers Grove, Ill. LI. 6-1675 .. .............. 3666 Royal Ave., Berkley, Mich. PU. 5-0726 ...................... .. . 10221 Forest Ave. RE. 7-10308 ................. 8250 S. Kedzie Ave. HU. 5-7817 .. 8423 Riverside Ave., Hollywood, Ill. PR. 6-4523 . .. .............. 6200 S. Francisco Ave. HU. 3615 .. 4146 VV. Meridian, Indianapolis, Ind. 4613 ......... ........ 3 10 Main St., VVaukesha. Wis. PE. 6-6540 .... ................ 2 819 N. Lotus 4-8177 ...... ............. 3 3417 Broadway RE. 4-4490 .... ............. 1 0800 'Hoxie Ave. CE. 3-2122 ........ .................. 9 007 Ravine Ave. Homewood 1152 ...... ...... . . 2124 Vardon Rd., Flossmoor, Ill. Michigan City 5-5022 . . . . . Ripplewatcr Ave., Beverly Shores, Ind. 1871 ............... ............. 3 15 Myrtle, Elmhurst, Ill. 651 ........ ..,... ........ 0 3 6 Whcless, Kerrville, Texas CE. 3-1844 ... ............ 2255 W. 118th St. HI. 5-1392 .. 11318 Lothair Ave. ES. 5-2046 . .. 10451 Hoxie Ave. RE. 8-0195 .. 10443 Ravine Ave. CE. 3-2986 .. 3636 W. 108th St. CO. 4-4731 ... ... 10004 Prairie Ave LU. 5-0500 ...... 3039 W. 50th St. CE. 3-4080 ... ...... 10038 'Oakley Ave. BE. 8-3343 .. 10162 Longwood Drive BE. 8-3343 .. 10162 Longwood Drive RE. 4-6966 .. .......... 7949 Avalon VI. 7-3681 .. .. 4612 California Ave. BA. 1-7185 1729 E. 86th St. HU. 8-2670 .. 062 E. 84th Pl. HU. 8-2670 . . .................. 062 E. 84th Pl. JU. 8-8615 .. ................. 2948 Eastwood Ave. K1-2830 .... 2176 Zollinger Rd., Columbus, Ohio Dyer 4722 .... ................ R oute 2, Dyer, Ind. CE. 3-3355 .... .............. 0 772 Vanderpoel Ave. Palos Park 443 .. .. 12501 S. 73rd St., Palos Heights, Ill. BE. 8-5343 .... ............... 10038 Eairneld Ave. EN. 4-6846 ................ 6631 S. Peoria St. HI. 5-2260 .. ..... 2037 Hunt Ave. CE. 3-8876 ........ 10890 Prospect Ave. EN. 4-5944 ......... .. 1315 VV. Garfield Blvd. Michigan City 2-4733 . . .... Beverly Shores, Ind. CE. 3-2025 ......... .. 10505 Longwood Drive CO. 4-5770 ........ ..... 1 0157 Eorf-st Ave. RE. nn. on 7-3620 5-6003 3-4281 .. .... 2652 W. 65th St. .. . 3737 W. 70th St. .. .. 2331 VV. 107th St. Seres, Larry ........ Shankerman, 'Benny . Shiinonck, Michael .. Shrum, Keith ..... Shrum, Ronald .. Simon, John . .... Simios, George . . . Siwinski, Jerome .. Skodon, Edward . . . Slider, Theodore .. Smith, Alden .... Smith, Robert . .. Snyder, Richard .. Solana, Felipe ..... Sonnenschein, Brian . Sopcr, Mark ........ Speakman, D. Everett Spitz, Peter ......... Stecki, Edward .. Stehlik, Edgar .... Stellone, Andrew .. Stengele, Rex .... Stephens, Nvayne .. Stokes, James ..... Stransky, Kenneth . . . Stratton, Michael .. Stump, David .,.. Sugimoto, Oscar .. Sundherg, Sander . Sutherlin, David .. Swank, James ..... Swenson, Thomas Swoy, Richard .... Taradash, Sherwin .. Tcigcn. Roger .... Tetrev, Ronald . .. Threlkcld, John .. Vacel, Franklin .. . Valentine, James .. Vallas, Elliott ..... VanAken, Edward .. Vernon, Robert .... Van Stone, Robert .. Vesely, James ..... Yiano. Jack ...... Viscount. Robert .. Vitkus. Richard .. Voss, Peter ..... Wall, Ronald Wallace, Paul .... Vtfalline, Edward .. XN'alline, Robert .. . VValsh, James .... Wlalstra. Rodney .. XVege, .lohn ......... NVelliver, David ..... VVestenhcrg'cr, Richard Vveyerstrahs. NVilliam NVhitson, .lanws ..... YVhittington. Robert , Wilher, Michael ..... Wideii. Arlen ..... W1i11il.I'l1S, Pearson . .. Wiminer, Leonard . XAT1S0lllilll, 'Dale .,.. Vifitt, Alphonse ...... XVoods, Frederick .. Yonko. George . .. Young. Dennis . .. Zachau, Julius ...... Zafcropulos, Philip .. Zibas, Lew ......... Zielinski, Raymond .. Zuhrick. Bruno .... Zwald, Ronald AL. 2-6452 Indianapolis R-1 53 0 3490 ..... 5-9074 ........... . . 5-9074 ...., CE. 3-8422 .. RA. 3-3068 .. RE. 7-6777 .. CL. 3-2433 .. 3-6591 ....... 676 ........... CE. 3-1138 .... .....,... Humliolt 5050 ......,... 20-22-64 . . GA. 4-1249 .. EU. 6-0677 .. HI. 5-9272 3261 ....... NA. 2-0754 ..... S'l'. 8-4009 ....... HA. 1-7978 ....... Palos Park FU 5-0367 RE. 7110237 .. PR. 6-4758 .. HI. 5-1224 ... LI. 8-7004 ... RE. 7-6861 . .. Gary 3-2558 ... BE. S-6028 .. 2073 ....... HI. 5-5402 . PU. 5-3044 ,. 6-1928 ..... BE. 8-4153 .. BE. 8-4771 .. PR BE. GI.. SA. FU. C' E. BI. GA. . 6-8481 8-1526 3-9570 . . 1-1742 . 5-0372 .. 3-3573 .. 7-1788 . .. 2-6090 .. 3-8827 . . LA. GR. 6-0094 . . BE 8-5278 .. NO. 7-5888 .. VE. VE. 'FR 'Hoi 127 3-7536 .. 3-7536 4-7640 ...... newood 3225 ... 3 CE. 3-6027 .. SK. 4-6580 .. BA. 1-6758 . . WA. 8-6146 .. NVA. 5-6688 .... TR. Pal HI. Hoi 4-7242 ...... os Park 428 .. 5-1046 ..,.. newood 272 ., . HI. 5-2408 . . 4-444 ...... GR. 7-3480 .. 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H SERVICE CENTER THE HAI-E PHARMACY Prescription Druggists Don Holrneck Prescriptions Picked Up cmd Delivered 106th cmd Western Ave. CE' 3'953U 10701 Hale Avenue BEver1y 8,0257 REge1'11 4-8833 BELMONT GROCERY and MARKET AVALON CLEANERS and DYERS THE COMPLETE FOOD STORE ALSO SHOE REPAIR SERVICE 1863 W. 107111 St. BE. 8-4416 1618 E. 79th St. Chiccrgo 49, 111. PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTIZERS -'-'-'-'-'H'-'-'-'-' '-'-.'-"-'-'-'-"N-I'n'H'i'-'-'-'-'-H-H-'-'-'-"-'-'-'-' -'-'-'-'-'-'-'- COMPLIMENTS OF MR. AND MRS. EUGENE A. MOSS COMPLIMENTS OF J BODY AND FENDER SHOP, INC. 4055-U6 SO. PULASKI ROAD EDWARD G. IERABEK P cl t ' '-'-'-"-'-'-. -'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'ln'H'-'-'-'-'n'h'ln'h'H'iF-'-'-P'-HhF-'-'-'-'-'n"In'H'H'h -'J'-'-'-'-' '-'-'-'-' J'-'-'-'-'.. - - - -I - - - - - - - - - - '-'-'-'n'-'-'-'- -'-'-'-' GGG KUPPENHEIMER EAGLE C L O T H E S BURTON'S STORE FOR MEN 3141 W. 63rd Street Dobbs Hats Excello Shirts ONLY THE FINEST IS MONARCH Quality For 101 Years LACKORE, NICHOLS 6. LANE FUNERAL HOME 1971 West 111th Street BEvery 8-0671 Chicago 43, Ill. WM. F. MURPHY 6. CO. REAL ESTATE - INSURANCE MANAGEMENT - BUILDERS Chicago 20 9215 S. Ashland Ave. Hllltop 5-6600 Phone GArden 2-2700 Hours: 9 to 6 - Friday 9 to 9 OAK LAWN FROZEN FOOD LOCKER "Where Foods Have No Season" WHOLESALE MEATS For FOOD LOCKERS and HOME FREEZERS 4828 W. 95th Street Oak Lawn, 111. M. G. BITTERMAN "YOUR DEPENDABLE STORE" KADEN'S DEPARTMENT STORE 1942 West Monterey CEclarcrest 3-6500 For Those Who Are Hard To Fit We carry sizes trorn AAAAA Narrow to Triple E Wide Womens Sizes to 13 - Men's Sizes to 17 Complete range ot sizes tor Children Fitting Checked by X-Ray NIERMAN'S BOOTERY 3148 West 63rd St. PRospect 6-3011 WESLEY A. SMITH 6. SON Wholesale Confectioners - Fountain Supplies Phone FU1ton 5-0030 2421 VVest Grove St. Blue Island, Ill. H'H'h'-'-"-"-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-' '-'-'-'HH-PM'-'-'-'-'-"-"-H-P'-'-'-.'-. 7'-' ' ' '-'-'-'-'HF-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-PH!-F-F-Hn' "-"-'-'-F5'-'-'-15?-'-'-' -'-'ff-'-'-'-' Compliments of AMERICAN CHEMICAL SERVICE EDGAR F. SEIFERT 95 lndustrial Roacl Porter, lndiana -'-'-'-'-'-'HNF-'-' BEvery 8-4341 RUTH'S FLOWER SHOP RUTH WOERNER 1985 W. lllth St. Chicago 43, lll QUEEN'S PET SUPPLIES 111822 So. Western Ave. Chicago 43, Ill. Compliments ot MARLENE and EARL CHERNOFF COMPLIMENTS OF A FR1END Compliments ot THE LORING SENIOR CLASS BEVERLY PET SUPPLIES 1332 West 95th Street Hllltop 5-5243 -"- - -'-1-'- -'-'-HH-' RAY SCHALK'S EVERGREEN TOWERS Welcome Morgan Park M. A. Bowlers nn'-'-'-'-' '-'-'-'-'-"n'h"-"'-'-' MORTGAGES FOR HOME OR BUSINESS COMPLIMENTS OF CHICAGO MORTGAGE ANDY, GEORGE and PHIL ZAFEROPULOS INVESTMENT COMPANY I-I. C. EigeIberner Executive Vice-President I No. LaSalle Street Chicago, III. L. and L. MOTOR SERVICE t'ReIiabIe At A11 Times" PONTIAC GRovehiII UIZ3 EDGAR FITZPATRICK CO. WM. L, NUENKE 8959 S. Ashland Avenue Chicago 20, IIIinois BEverIy 8-7440 6431 So. Sacramento Ave. Chicago -'-'-"-"-'-"Inl'h'-"-'-'-'- '-'-'-'J'-'-'-'-'-'u'-'n"-'-'-'- '-'-'-'-FI-I'I-Fu '-'n'-'-'-'-' '-"-'-'J'-"-J'-'-".'-1-F'-I'-'-'-'-' '-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-' COMPLIMENTS OF CURRY CREDIT STORE 1654 W. CHICAGO AVENUE SALES - PROPERTY MANAGEMENT APPRAISALS - INSURANCE RENTING - MORTGAGE FINANCING IOHNSON 6. BLAKE. INC. Real Estate BEVERLY OFFICE l0l2l So. Western Avenue Chicago 43 BEverly 8-1602 COMPLIMENTS OF MURPHY MILES OIL CO. L. I. SONKA, Representative WAgner 4-1200 DIversey 8-2700 RESIDENTIAL - INDUSTRIAL Shingle Roots - Flat Roofs - Siding Insulation - Repairs Our Men Insured ALERT Roofing and Insulating Co. Phone S'I'e. 3-0307 8041 S. I-lalsted Chicago 20, Ill, 146 -'-'-'-'HHH 'lu"h"n'-'-'-'-I '-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-. '-'-'-'-'ul'H'-'-'-'-' IF lT'S PRINTING Call COMPLIMENTS OF TOM COLLINS IAY'S POTATO CHIPS BEvery 8-5751 1922 Monterey Ave. Chicago 43, Ill. CHARLOTTESVTLLE WOOLEN MILLS FUEL OIL - FIREPLACE LOGS - COAL Since 1868 Charlottesville, Virginia ' Manufacturers of A Distinguished Line of 10072 VIRGIN WOOL UNIFORM FABRICS Including Top Quality Cadet Greys and Blues Used by Leading Military Schools and Colleges Prescribed and Used by the Cadets of Morgan Park Military Academy H'-'-'-'-' SEGER ECONOMY COAL CO. 2740 West Union St. Blue Island, Ill. BE. 8-8140 FU. 8-0059 '-'-'-"-"-'n'-'-'-'-'n'ln'H'H'5 I47 '-'-'-'I'-'-"tn'-'-'-'E 'n'-'-'-"-'- COMPLIMENTS FROM REPUESNTACIONES ADVANALES S.A. R E CUSTOM BROKERS 214 W. Son Antonio St. 1658 W. Chicogo Ave. Chiccrgo 22, 111. EL PASO' TEXAS Lightning Service to Mexico HA. 1-1659 E, N. NAUDIN, Prop. BLUE ISLAND PUBLISHING CORPORATION PRINTERS - ENGRAVERS Publishers ot BLUE ISLAND SUN-STANDARD 2350 W. Vermont St. B1ue 1s1ond, 111. Phone: FU1ton 8-2020 NEW PEKIN RESTAURANT 10241 So. 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PIPER BAKING COMPANY CHICAGO'S LARGEST VARIETY BAKER Service to Schools, Hotels, Railroads, Restaurants, Industrials, and Groceries SINCE 1868 CHICAGO, ILLINOIS MICHIGAN 2-3300 CoMPLrMENTs or THE JOSEPH E. KENNEDY BAKING CO. -'-'-'-'-.'-"'-I'-'-'-'I-'-'-'-'-'-"'-I'-"I-F-"-'-'-'-' -'-"-"-'-'uI'h'l '-'-'-'-HJ'-"-'-'-'-' COMPLIMENTS OF "HONOLULA" HARRY NAKAMURA Prompt, Dependable Service LINCOLN LETTER COMPANY MULTIGRAPHING 2 : MIMEOGRAPHING 1 : PRINTING Art Francis, Partner Tel. STate 2-8360 169 W. Madison St -'-'-"-'-'-'h'-'-'-"-'-'-'- W i'uI'-'-"-'- REMEMBER M.P.M.A, I I EOR BEST CLOTHING BUYS I I The many friends you made While attend- ing Morgan Park Military Academy will SAM BENSON always be the bright spot in your Iife- time .... MFGRS. CLOTHING OUTLET WHEN IN PONTIAC, MICHIGAN - - VISIT OUR STORE, I'M ALWAYS THERE TWO STORES Pontiac, Mich. Saginaw, Mich. LARRY BENSON 20 So. Perry St. 601 East Genesee IRWIN 84 PETERSON SIGN CO. 7242 South Racine Ave. Chicago 36, Iiiinois Telephone I-IUdson 3-5I55 GOLD LEAF LETITERING - STAINLESS STEEL TRUCK LETTERING - STORE FRONTS WALL ADVERTISING - PICTORIAL -'-"-'-'I-Fm'-'-'-' '-'-'-'-FI-H-H 152 '-'5J'H'H'1:"-'-'-"-'-"-"-H-"-'-'-'-'-'-"-'L COMPLIMENTS OF DR. AND MRS. SAMUEL B. RABISHAW COMPLIMENTS OF B. H. DRENNAN AND FAMILY '-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-"H-"'-'-'-'R'-"-"-' -'-'-'-'uFa1'-'-'-'-'- -"-'-"-'-H-'-'-'-'-'- COMPLIMENTS or CITY SAVINGS ASSOCIATION 11656 W. CHICAGO AVENUE CHICAGO, ILLINOIS C. O. Mensik, President Anne H. Ierorbek, Secretory Our PIZZES ore absolutely oven fresh ond mode to order before your eyes jOHN'S PIZZERIA ITALIAN SAUSAGE ond ROAST BEEF SANDWICI-IES PHIL BACINA, Mgr. 121 W. State Street Phone Torrence 2-9703 CALUMET CITY, ILLINOIS -'-'-'-'H'-F-I'E -"H'H'H'n'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'H'H'In"-'-'-'-'-'- '-'.'.'-'-'-F-'-"-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-FH' P. W. VOSS AND ASSOCIATES MATERIAL HANDLING ENGINEERS if 918 SO. MICHIGAN AVENUE CHICAGO, ILLINOIS -W-I'-'-'-'-'-' -I' 'L '- BGRDEN COMPANY FLUID MILK DIVISION -'-'-'-'-'JW-'-'-'-'-'-'uI"uF-F-F '-'-'-'H'-'-'-Fm'-I"-'-'-'-H-'-"-".L' -'-'-"-'-'-'-'-'- CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OE 1954 THE MORGAN PARK MILITARY ACADEMY FATHERS' CLUB OFFICERS President .V,..,,,..... ,,..,,.........,, H arold G. MacDonald Vice-President .,.,,,,, ...... R eamer G. Loomis Vice-President ....... ....L......... I ohn A. Kahoun Secretary ..,...,,,,... .....,.. G eorge W. Samuelson Treasurer .,,,,..r.r,.,.., ..,,..,........ R . Wayne Stephens Faculty Advisor .,,,,,.. ....,, M ajor George A. Mahon all of the Arthur I. Canfield Guy D. Cooper Robert S. Eoerster Stanley G. Grunclstrom Math Kammerer Heinz G. Lorenzen Membership ...... Program .u.,...,..... Athletics ................. General Activities Publicity .................... Reception ..................... ........ GOVERNING BOARD above officers plus the following: Henry Noorlag Marshall A. Pipin Dr. Samuel Rabishaw Henry Scheuneman E. R. Westenberger Colonel C. L. Iorclan COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN . ................ ............... .......................... H e nry Scheuneman Reamer G. Loomis ............Marshall A. Pipin, Henry Noorlag Math Kammerer, Arthur I. Canfield Heinz G. Lorenzen Stanley G. Grundstrorn, Major George Mahon ACCICISIHIC AWCII'dS ..,,. ..........................,.........,..............,-,-,-,,,,,,, G uy D, Cgoper Special Events ......... .................................... D r. Samuel B. Rabishaw E. R. Wsetenberger, Robert S. Foerster Lower School ....... .,............................................... I ohn Ai Kcrheun .-.-.-.-r-s.-.-L-.-.-.-.-.-f-.f-.-.-.-. .-.-.-.-..-.-.-.-. -'-'-'-'-5'-'-'-'- '-'-'-'-"-'un'-"-"-'-'-'-I'J'-'-'-"-"-'-'-"-'H'-'-'-FH"n'H'H5Fn -'-'-'-'H'H'h'-'-'-'- I -f-. M, Qliftbf., A 5415, ff " E1 't ,R W f 1' H y 3 . is 'N 1455, M ,W 'zfeffy'fillM.J5'l"""lLf" 3 'rr - gl, W A ., Q32 ,Jr V BEFORE AFTER Save Money on SILVER PLATING BUFFING LAQUERING REPAIRS SEND YOUR SILVERWARE TO YALE POLISHERS AND PLATERS, INC. ' Yale Silver Restoring Service quarantees you satisfaction, yet costs much less than you'd expect to pay! Antiques restored. ' Building Hardware polished and buttedi Brass Plated and Lacquered. ' Copper, Nickel and Chrome Plating on all Household Articles and Automobile Parts. ' Call, or bring in Work for tree estimates. No job too large or too small. ON THE SOUTH SIDE yafe pdlilhdfl and pfateu, .9na. 6742 South Yale Avenue HUdson 3-3384 At Normal Pkwy CSD. C231 Westl Rock lsland Station Hours: 8:00 to 5:00 Week Days 8:00 to 1200 Saturday Only -'-"-"-"-'uJ'-'-"-'-'-WJ'LHJ"-'-'-'- -"-"-'-"q"q'-'-"n'.'-'-5'-'-'-1 158 -'-'-'H'-FH'H'H5F-'-'-'-' - '-'-'-"-'-'-'-'-"-Hn'-H-"-'-"-"-"-'-5l'1-'-'-'-F-' CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SENOR CLASS FROM YOUR NEIGHBOR LORING SCHOOL FOR GIRLS -'-'-"'-'-'-'- -'uv'-'-'nI'hH-H-'-'-'-'-' -'-",,"-'-'H'5'.'. COOPER-IARRETT, Inc. MOTOR EREIGI-IT LINES Chicago, Ill. DAILY DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN CHICAGO CCornn'1erciaI Zone Including loliet, Waukegan, Chicago Heightsl and points in NEW IERSEY NEW YORK PENNSYLVANIA COOPER - JARRETT, INC. 2113 West 73rd St. WAlbroolc 5-9770 Chicago, Illinois OTHER TERMINALS Iersey City, N. I. Philadelphia, Pa. Trenton, N. I. IUU Water Street 925 East Luzerne Street IGI7 Princeton Street '-'-'-'-'-"lu'-'-'-'-'- .-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-. .-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.- .-.-.'.-.-.r.-.-.'.-'.--'-'-'- CONGRATULATTCNS TC THE CLASS CE '54 MORGAN PARK MILITARY ACADEMY BOARD OF TRUSTEES OFFICERS President V,Yw,,,AAA,,,,,,,v,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,v,,,,,,,, E ugerie A. Moss Vice-President, Swift df Co., Chicago lst Vice-President 7,,A,,.,,,,,,,.,,C....,,.,.....,.w...... George W. Truesdell Manufacturers Representative, Chicago 2nd Vice-President .....A..ae..ae.C......ae................v......A.wY.A,V- lC1ClC AdGIT1S Production Supervisor, Swift ci Co., Chicago f . Secretary ....,....,,....w...,,,..............7..V. .ii............i.......... S Gul A. EDTOH Attorney, Law Firm of Epton, Scott, McCarthy and Epton, Chicago Treasurer c,,,i..........,,,i,.,..,....,..VYVVV.w7.....V....VV........V......... l, O. lOh1'1SOT1 Partner, Arthur Andersen CS Co., Chicago MEMBERS Dr. Therion R. l-logness Chicago Midway Nuclear Energy Colonel Harry D. Abells Superintendent Emeritus Melbourne P. Anderson Assistant Treasurer, Link Belt Company, Chicago The University of Chicago Arthur B. Horton Director CSC Asst. Treasurer ROSS W' Beatty Chicago Bridge CS lron Co., Chicago President, l.N.R. Beatty Lumber Co., Sak Lawn H1 Colonel C. L. lordan Superintendent, Morgan Park Military Harry B' Gear Academy, Chicago Eormer Vice-President Commonwealth Edison Co., Chicago D' A' Nightingale Manager, Retail Advertising Chicago Tribune, Chicago Elmer E. Schuldt Asst. General Superintendent of Distribution, Peoples Gas Light CS Coke Co., Chicago Gerald R. Gorman Attorney, Chicago Edwin N. Hendricks Assistant Auditor of Receipts The Pullman Co., Chicago George E. 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